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Alessandro Pivetti

Alessandro completed his studies in piano and composition in Bologna, at the "G. B. Martini" conservatory.

He serves recently as an accompanist pianist for the dance department at the Conservatoire de Lille.

He composed the original music for Piero Badaloni's documentary "La Grande Sete - 2022" (Rai3 - Rai Play). He has composed music for the Conservatoire supérieur de Lausanne (CH) and for the Musica Aperta festival (Milan), EXITIME (DAMS Bologna), CIMES (University of Bologna), and FestivalAperto (Teatro Valli, Reggio Emilia).

He had the pleasure of receiving a commission from the Bologna Conservatory for the orchestral piece "Album de famille," which was performed at the Manzoni auditorium during the inauguration concert for the academic year 21/22. He was awarded the second prize ex aequo at the national Alma Dantis competition (2021) promoted by Feniarco, SIAE, the Ministry of Culture, Dante Society, with the piece for choir and prepared electronics "A le segrete cose," which will be performed at the Parco della Musica auditorium in Rome.

Since 2015, he has been responsible for orchestral arrangements for the Pavarotti Foundation.

He has arranged music for Massimo Ranieri, Nek, Raphael Gualazzi, Vittorio Grigolo, Gio Di Tonno, and Vittorio Matteucci.

He has published works with the publishing houses Sinnos, Franco Cosimo Panini, Clueb, and Erickson. He is a SIAE author and an artist registered with NUOVO IMAIE.

He collaborates with Teatro dei Venti to create original music for their performances. With Nove Teatro, he has been involved in various productions, especially the show "Faber" with actress Melania Giglio and musicians Paolo De Gaspari and Alessio Tedeschi.

In the field of music education, he worked for ten years at the Andreoli Foundation in Mirandola as a piano teacher, accompanist for exams and recitals, conductor of the school orchestra, and choir director for young voices. In 2008, under the direction of Maestro Claudio Abbado, he conducted Berlioz's Te Deum with the Mozart Orchestra, the Cherubini Orchestra, and the Italian Youth Orchestra.

He is a co-founder of the choral association Armonico Ensemble and the Narrazioni d'Autore project with storyteller Simone Maretti and double bassist and composer Simone Di Benedetto.

He participated in the musical production of the Emiliana band Flexus and in the development of numerous educational projects for schools with the association Caotica Musique.

Since 2014, he has been involved in the "C'è musica e musica" project for music appreciation in high schools and secondary schools. A program designed to explore the connections between music, literature, philosophy, and history.

He graduated in the history of theology with a thesis on Franz Liszt's oratorio "Christus.".