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Marco Alesi was born in Milan, he studied at the Academy of Music G. Verdi in Milan with Professor G. Marchi and Maestro P. Rattalino, graduating in piano with full marks in 1995.
He then went on to study with Maestro Aldo Ciccolini and attended specialist courses held by the Maestri R.Risaliti, L. Hoffmann, S. Dorensky, V. Margulis, A. Lonquich, F. Scala and N. Flores.

Accepted at the prestigious University Mozarteum Salzburg, under the tutelage of Professor A. Kontarsky and Professor C. Tanski, he obtained the academic title of “Magister der Künste” (Master of Arts) in 2002. This is how Professor Claudius Tanski describes his student “Marco Alesi is a unique artist with an interesting repertoire that he performs with extraordinary talent. Listening to him is always a triumph”

His musical training has allowed him to embark on an exciting career that has brought him around the world, such as Peru, as well as across Europe, including Italy, Germany, Austria, Poland and Lituania where he is regularly invited to The House of M. K. Ciurlionis in Vilnius.

He has participated in concerts with Milano Classica Orchestra, Sinfonica Giovanile Fiamminga, Mozarteum Salizburg CIS orchestra and collaborated with Orchestra Nazionale della Rai of Turin. During the Mountain Festival in Salzburg, together with the Jungen Philharmonie, he interpreted ‘Im Kampf mit dem Berge’ by P. Hindemith. In February 2008 during Grosses Festspielhaus, he performed Petrouska and The Fire bird by I.Stravinsky.

He played soloist with the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional (OSN) of Perù in the city of Lima, where he has been asked to return.

In 2003 he founded the „alesiEnsemblesalzburg which regularly performs in Salzburg during the concert season with programmes that range from solo to large group performances, enthusiastically received by both the general public and critics.

He conducted a series of concerts in Poland (Warsaw, Lodz, Jaslo). Recently, at the Salzburg University, he performed a fundraising concert for Peru which was broadcasted live by the Radio Filarmonia, the most important Peruvian radio for culture.

During the 2009 Film Festival Agave di Cristallo, in Lerici, he preformed classical music and music from films, repeated in Milan and Salzburg, obtaining huge success.

In June 2010, he was a member of a trio consisting of piano, violin and doublebass given the honour of performing the world premiere of “Streams” composed and conducted by A. Mullenbach, the director of “Sommer Akademie” of the  Mozarteum and one of the most important composers of our time.

Translator: Janice Wong

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