Born in Bergamo (Italy), Alessandro started his musical studies in early childhood, playing the piano and the saxophone. When he was 18, he discovered his passion for singing, and after some years of private lessons he attended Scuola Civica di Musica Claudio Abbado in Milan, where he graduated in 2017. He also has a degree in Translation Studies achieved in 2013 at Scuola Civica per Traduttori e Intrepreti Altiero Spinelli in Milan (Italy)
He started his singing career in the choirs of some Italian Opera Houses such as Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo and Teatro Municipale in Piacenza and then made his debut in some operatic roles like Leporello (Don Giovanni – W. A. Mozart) at Macedonian Opera and Ballet in Skopje and Sparafucile (Rigoletto – G. Verdi) at Teatro Manzoni in Magenta (MI). In November 2018 he had the honour of singing the role of Talbot from Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda in a concert with Mariella Devia held at Teatro Sociale in Bergamo. Meanwhile he discovered the baroque repertoire during a masterclass held by Gemma Bertagnolli, debuting the role of Strabone in the first modern execution of La Vedova Ingegnosa by G. Sellitti. Over the years, he started to sing in different vocal ensembles, such as Micrologus, Concerto Romano, Accademia d’Arcadia, Fantazyas, Coro Ghislieri, La Fonte Musica and Cappella Musicale di S. Maria Maggiore (Bergamo) and took part as soloist in several productions like Johannes-Passion (Jesus and arias), Kaffeekantate (Schlendrian), Kantate BWV 61 and Kantate BWV158 by J. S. Bach, Dixit Dominus, The Messiah and Aci Galatea e Polifemo (Polifemo) by G. F. Handel, Missa Solemnis op. 123 by L. van Beethoven, Requiem by W. A. Mozart, Orfeo (Plutone and Caronte) and Vespro della Beata Vergine by Monteverdi, Ode to St. Cecilia by H. Purcell, La Rappresentatione di Anima et di Corpo (Tempo) by E. De Cavalieri, Arminio (Segesto) by A. M. Bononcini, Ester (Testo) by A. Stradella, L’Empio Punito (Atrace) by A. Melani, Ercole in Tebe (Giove) by J. Melani, and Dixit Dominus by J. C. Bach.
He worked with conductors such as Rinaldo Alessandrini, Alessandro Quarta, Gianluca Capuano, Antonio Greco, Lorenzo Ghielmi, Federico Maria Sardelli, Giulio Prandi, Riccardo Doni and performed in festivals and music halls such as Purtimiro (Lugo), Monteverdi Festival (Cremona), Anima Mundi (Pisa), Amuz (Antwerp), Valletta Baroque Festival (Malta), ZaterdagMatinee (Amsterdam), Festival d’Ambronay, Resonanzen (Vienna), Società del Quartetto and Teatro alla Scala (Milan), Teatro La Fenice (Venice), and Château de Versailles Spectacles.
He also recorded for Dynamics (F. Cavalli, Vespro della Beata Vergine; F. Cavalli, Hymns and Psalms), Passacaille (G. Frescobaldi – Organ Works and motets), Arcana (A. Grandi – Celesti Fiori; A. Grandi, Laetatus sum – Vesper Psalms; Mozart in Milan: Sacred Music around the Exsultate Jubilate), Brilliant Classics (A. Melani – Concerti Spirituali; F. Soto de Langa – 20 Laude spirituali) and Pentatone (C. Monteverdi – Il delirio della passione).