Since its creation, the Duo Scaramouche has performed in Paris, Nice, Antibes, Mulhouse, in
Prague, London, Bologne, Birmingham, Exeter, Ferrara, Vienna, Lecco, Cambridge, Perugia, Umbertide, attracting the attention of and being well-received by the public and the medias, especially in Moscow in
March 2000, where Duo Scaramouche gave two recitals.
To illustrate the repertoire for piano duet and for two pianos in their richness, both classical and
contemporaneous, sharing the joy, the sense of movement which are its own idea of music, the duo wanted to study the
rhythm of dancing, to combine both repertoires; French and International, to make a discover, with world creation or rediscover unheard accents.
Refusing practisism in order to open out on the world, Duo Scaramouche wanted to multiply meetings, they interpreted, as first performance in France, on the "France Musique" radio
program "En noir et blanc" the sonata for two pianos and especially composed for them, the concerto for two pianos and string orchestra, by Andrew Downes, the director of the Institute od Composition and Creative Studies of the University of Birmingham, in England.
The Duo has worked with Alexander Jenner in Vienna and Bruno Rigutto in Paris and they have improved their art with
Russian pianist Réna Shereshevskaia.
The Duo Scaramouche graduated as piano duo at the Chigiana International Academy in Siena, in Katia Labèque's class.
The Duo Scaramouche is composed of Malvina Renault-Vièville and Filippo Antonelli.