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Alessandra Di Gennaro

Teacher in: Piano
Languages of teaching: Italian, Spanish, English

Alessandra was born in L’Aquila (Italy) in 1994 and started early to study piano under the guidance of his father. In 2005 she joined the class of M° Elena Matteucci at the Conservatory of Music “Alfredo Casella” in L’ Aquila, where at the age of twenty she obtained her master degree with full marks “cum laude”. She has won the First Absolute Prize in several National Piano Competitions, such as the ” National Competition of the Adriatic” (2008) and the ” Magliano Sabina National Competition” (2009). She took part of master classes held by internationally famous pianists: Kostantin  Bogino, Boris Petrushansky, Franco  Medori, Laura Pietrocini, Daniel  Buranovsky, Ida Cernekà and Frantisek Pergler (from “Bratislava Academy of performing Arts”), Fausto Di Cesare, Ruta Riktere  (from “Lithuanian Academy  of  Music and Theatre”  in  Vilnius- Lithuania) and others. She also gave concerts as soloist or in chamber music ensembles for many Institutions and Musical Associations, having the opportunity to perform in important concert halls and theaters in Italy such as the “Sala Casella” of Roman Philharmonic Academy in Rome, the Auditorium of “Accademia musicale Praeneste” in Rome, , the “Auditorium del Parco” in L’Aquila,  the “Castello Orsini” Auditorium in L’Aquila, the Auditorium “Diocleziano” in Lanciano, the ” Manlio” Theater in Rome and the “Auditorium  Gaber” in Milan. After the devastating earthquake of April 2009, she gave numerous concerts in favour of  L’Aquila’s reconstruction, and she also performed during the inauguration  of the new Conservatory’s building at the presence of M° Riccardo Muti. In September 2012, she played as soloist the Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra K 365 by W.A. Mozart with the “Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese”. In 2014 she won a scholarship for joining the Erasmus program at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag, where she is currently studying under the guidance of Ellen Corver. During her experience in the Nederlands Alessandra had the great opportunity to collaborate with musicians from all over the world, performing with “Asko Schönberg” ensemble, joining masterclasses taught by David Kuyken, Kalman Drafi, Ronald Brautigam, and playing in important concert halls in Den Haag such as the “Grote zaal” and the “Arnold schönbergzaal” of the Royal Conservatory.