Alessandro Magnasco was awarded a brilliant Diploma at the Genoa Conservatory, he then took courses of perfectionism with illustrious teachers and recitalists of international fame.
At the same Conservatory he also received, with maximum marks, a Teaching Diploma and continued to study the organ,
harpsichord and composition.
As well as playing from an early age in the principle concert halls of the Ligurian Riviera, he has played for hundreds of musical societies in Italy and abroad (France, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, U.K., Cec Republic, Bahrein, Republic of Macedonia, Russian Federation, USA, Brazil, Uruguay, Japan...) receiving enthusiastic acclaim for his musicality and exquisite espressiveness.
He has played in the prestigious concert halls of the New York Carnegie Hall and L.J.Lefrak Concert Hall, the Italian Cultural Centre, Washington DC, (USA), the SESI Theatre of Porto Alegre and the Santa Cruz Aditorium (Brazil), Alliance Francaise House of Culture, Montevideo (Uruguay), Zurich Town Hall, Munich Gasteig, Meirhofen Europe House(Austria), Linares Theatre and Auditorium A Segovia (Spain), the Sheremetev Palace in Saint Petersburg and the Veliky Novgorod Philharmonic Concert Hall (Russia), Turin Alfieri Theatre, Carlo Felice Theatre and Casa Paganini, Genoa, Bibiena Theatre Mantua, Messina Theatre Vittoria Emanuele, Cosenza Theatre Rendano and in important festivals including Asola, Piemonte in Musica, Alghero International Summer Musical, Portofino Classical International, Carro Paganinian Festival, Emilia Romagna Festival, Munich Baviera Germany, Stockholm and Julia Festival Sweden, Linburg and Beringen Belgium, Cordova, Murcia, Linares, Spain, National Musical Fete of Paris, Avignon Fioraisons Musicals, Nancy Phonies and many
He classified first in various international competitions and has recorded for television and radio for RAI, the Italian state broadcasting company, both Spanish and Brazilian State Televisions and the Australian State Radio.
Alessandro Magnasco gives an average of 70-80 concerts annually with tours throughout the world. In the next few months his programme of performances will cover Europe, USA, South America and Japan.
He has also taken part on the jury of many international competitions.
He is Artistic Director of AMUSA and Musical Director to the internationally famed Paganini Philharmonic Orchestra.
He records regularly for Dryno Record.