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Marco Alesi - born in Milan - received the piano diploma of excellent studies at the conservatory „G. Verdi“ in Milan. His teachers were prof. G. Marchi and maestro P. Rattalino. He studied and visited masterclasses of the greatest teachers: Aldo Ciccolini, R. Risaliti, L. Hoffmann, S. Dorensky, V. Margulis, A. Lonquich, F. Scala and N. Flores. Accepted at the prestigious University Mozarteum Salzburg, he obtained the academic title of “Magister der Künste” (Master of Arts) in 2002 under the tutelage of professors A. Kontarski and C. Tanski. 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 lead him around the world: South-America and across Europe, including Peru, Italy, Germany, Austria, Poland, and Lithuania – where he was the first Italian pianist to premiere well-known Lithuanian composer M.K. Čiurlionis. He played breathtaking performances with numerous orchestras worldwide: collaborating with “The National orchestra of RAI” of Torino, “The Milano classical orchestra”, the orchestra “Sinfonica Giovanile Fiaminga”, the chamber orchestra “CIS” of University Mozarteum Salzburg, “The Salzburg Philharmonic” (Großes Festspielhaus) and the National symphony orchestra of Peru “OSN”. Marco Alesi is proud and honored having an intensively creative collaboration with one of the most relevant composers of our time: A. Müllenbach - formerly director of the Mozarteum “Sommer Akademie” - which lead to the world premiere of “Streams” (a trio for piano, violin and contrabass) in Salzburg. In 2003 the artist utilized his musical expertise to found the “alesiEnsemblesalzburg”: presenting repertoire ranging from solo to chamber music to a wider public, regularly performing in the concerts season “Amici della Musica” (Friends of Music) in Salzburg. He has gained many years of experience as professor for piano in music schools and high schools in Austria and Italy. Presently, he teaches piano and Lied accompaniment and engages as correpetitor at the University of Passau (Bavaria, Germany).