Aleandro Giuseppe Libano, piano
Versatile Italian musician, Aleandro Giuseppe Libano is considered by Angelo Arciglione, one of his guides, as “a young pianist who has embarked on a brilliant career” that sees him protagonist in concerts in Italy and abroad. He has performed for important international musical associations and theaters, both as a soloist, with a repertoire ranging from the Baroque to the twentieth century, and as a member of a chamber music ensemble.
Joop Celis, with whom he has studied at Conservatorium Maastricht, says, “Aleandro shows a natural feeling for music, and he knows very well how to make a distinction between the different styles”.
In previous years, he played in Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Spain and Bulgaria.
In 2019 he performed the Concerto K413 by Mozart with the Artemus Ensemble of Pompeii, conducted by Alfonso Todisco.
In 2023 he was invited to perform Beethoven’s 3rd piano concert with the Vidin Sinfonietta conducted by Mattia Esposito at Vidin Philarmonica State Hall (Bulgaria).
He is a first prize winner in many national and international competitions.
Aleandro Giuseppe Libano gained his piano diploma at Conservatorio di Musica “G. Martucci” in Salerno with the highest marks cum laude and special mention under the guidance of Prof. Giulio De Luca. His musical training continued with him during the Master in Piano Performance, concluded with highest marks cum laude. Thanks to a scholarship, he studied with Boguslaw Strobel at the Hochschule für Musik “Robert Schumann” in Düsseldorf.
In 2021 he was awarded the “Willem Mengelberg” financial support by “Concertgebouworkest” in Amsterdam.
Furthermore, he studied with Pasquale Iannone at Accademia Musicale Pescarese and at Accademia del Ridotto.
He is currently teaching at Conservatorio “E. Duni” in Matera.
In 2023 he has been visiting professor at the Conservatorio Profesional de Música Alcázar de San Juan (Spain).
M. Clementi: Sonata in B minor, op.40 no.2
Bach-Busoni: Chaconne in D minor
F. Liszt: Sonata in B minor, S.178