The Mediterranea Trio was established at the Royal College of Music in 2008. After its debut at the National Gallery, the Trio went on to perform at venues such as St John’s Smith Square, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Balliol College Oxford, St James’s Piccadilly, V&A Museum, the Pump Rooms in Bath, and the RCM Britten Theatre. It has also taken part in numerous festivals, including Earl's Court Festival, Bedford Park Festival, Exhibition Road Music Day and the Chilingirian Quartet's Schubert, Mozart and Haydn Festivals. Future engagements include recitals at the British Museum and Chichester Cathedral.

The Mediterranea Trio has been coached by Andrew Ball, the Chilingirian Quartet, Gordon Fergus-Thompson, Yuri Zhislin, David Dolan, Mark Messenger, Geoffrey Govier and Kathron Sturrock, and has participated in masterclasses with Susan Tomes, Krzystof Smietana, Tim Ravenscroft, David Waterman, Eckart Heiligers, Alexander Malosh, Peter Cropper, Moray Welsh and Simon Rowland-Jones.
The Trio would like to express its gratitude to Philip Carne and the Richard Carne Trust for their generous support.