Osian duo was formed in 2016 by the Italian flautist Chiara Boschian Cuch and the Mexican guitarist Eduardo Cervera. As a duo, they perform a wide repertoire of original music, covering all periods of musical history. With a focus on 20th-century and contemporary classical music, they perform numerous pieces by living composers.

Chiara and Eduardo each obtained a First-Class Honours master’s degree from the “Jacopo Tomadini” Conservatory of Music in Udine, Italy, under the guidance of flautists Giorgio Marcossi, Anna Tirindelli, Angela Camerini, and guitarist Stefano Viola.

They attended masterclasses in chamber music repertoire with maestros Franco Calabretto, Lorenzo Bertoldi, and Stefano Viola and they specialized in chamber music with the Cavatina duo (Eugenia Moliner, flute and Denis Azabagic, guitar) and Francisco Lopez.

In 2024 they won the first prize at the III International Chamber Music Competition for flute and guitar “Juan Gual Esteve” in Burriana, Castellón (Spain).

They also obtained other prizes at very prestigious International Competitions like the first prize at the 20° Altamira Gorizia Guitar Competition “Enrico Mercatali” in Gorizia (Italy), the first prize at the XIV International Competition “Musica Insieme” in Musile di Piave, Venice, the “Diapson d’oro” in Pordenone (Italy) and the “XXXVI Lilian Caraian Chamber Music Competition” in Trieste (Italy).

They have performed in concert halls both in Italy and abroad, including the Teatro Palamostre in Udine (Italy), the concert hall of the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Music in Venice (Italy), Kultuthas in Dornbirn (Austria), the House of Music in Puebla (Mexico), the Italian Cultural Institute in Mexico City, Teatro “Iturralde y Traconis” in Valladolid (Mexico), and the Teatro Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Auditorio Silvio Zavala Vallado Olimpo, and Palacio de la Música in Mérida (Mexico).

In March 2023, they were invited to perform at events and festivals in Yucatán, Mexico. They played at the Festival “La Cita Izamal Festival del Alma Peninsular”, the Palacio de la Música (Centro Nacional de la Música Mexicana), and the UNAY Universidad de las Artes de Yucatán.

In November 2023 they performed as soloists the G major Concerto by Ferdinando Carulli for flute, guitar and orchestra with the “Schubert Orchestra” conducted by Maurizio Zaccaria.

In Italy, the duo performed the world premiere of the Suite for flute and guitar by the Mexican composer Roberto Abraham and in 2023 they released an album with the works for flute and guitar by the same composer.