Italian pianist Alessandro Deljavan has been astonishing audi-
ences for more than two decades. He is embraced for his remarkable
prowess and emotional intensity by audiences and colleagues alike.
A prolific recording artist, Alessandro Deljavan has more nearly 70
albums from the solo and chamber music repertoire. Born of an
Italian mother and Persian father, Alessandro Deljavan began learning
to play piano before the age of two and gave his first performances at
age three.

Alessandro Deljavan has won top prizes in competitions
including Concours musical de France, Hummel Competition, Gina
Bachauer Young Artist Competition, Cliburn Competition, Isangyun
Competition, performing with orchestras such as the Mariinsky The-
atre Orchestra, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra
Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, Orchestra Sinfonica Leopolis,
Orchestra Haydn di Bolzano e Trento, Israel Camerata Orchestra, Wu
Han Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra.

He has appeared at festivals such as the Festival International Pi-
ano Classique de Biarritz, Festival Chopin à Paris, Piano Intime Series,
Glafsfjordens musikfestival, Bologna Festival, Il Festival Piano Master,
Orta Festival, Gradus International Piano Festival, Franz Liszt Festival,
Festival Città di Morbegno, Festival Internazionale di Lapedona, Autun-
no Musicale, the Bogotà International Piano Festival, and Tippet Rise.

His teachers include Valentina Chiola, Piotr Lachert, Ricardo
Risaliti, Enrico Belli, Eugenio Bagnoli, Lazar Berman, William Grant
Naboré, Dimitri Bashkirov, Laurent Boullet, Fou Ts’ong, Dominique
Merlet, John Perry, Menahem Pressler, Claude Frank, Richard Goode,
and Andreas Staier.

He is currently Artistic Director of the Opera Master school in
Villamagna founded in 2021 and Professor of Piano at the U. Giordano
Conservatory of Music, Rodi Garganico, Italy