Versatile Italian musician, Aleandro Giuseppe Libano is considered by Angelo Arciglione, one of his guides, as “a young pianist who has embarked on a brilliant career” that sees him protagonist in concerts in Italy and abroad. He has performed for important international musical associations and theaters, both as a soloist, with a repertoire ranging from the Baroque to the twentieth century, and as a member of a chamber music ensemble.
Joop Celis, with whom he has studied at Conservatorium Maastricht, says,
“Aleandro shows a natural feeling for music, and he knows very well how
to make a distinction between the different styles”.
In previous years, he played around Europe for:
Theater aan het Vrijthof in Maastricht (the Netherlands, 2021),
Orlando Festival (the Netherlands, 2021),
Kungliga Musikhogskolan in Stockholm (the Sweden, 2019),
Euregio Rhein-Wall Studentenmusikfestival
(Germany/the Netherlands, 2019, 2021, 2022),
Parkstad Limburg Theaters (the Netherlands, 2022),
Theater “De Weijer” in Boxmeer (the Netherlands, 2019), Fundación Eutherpe in Léon (Spain, 2022),
Fotomuseum aan het Vrijthof (the Netherlands, 2021), Lions Club Maastricht-Euregio (the Netherlands, 2022), Kunstkring Echt (the Netherlands, 2022), Conservatorium Maastricht (the Netherlands, 2021, 2022), Robert Schumann Hochschule (Germany, 2019), Sint Michielskerk in Keerbergen (Belgium, 2021), Teatro Sociale in Stradella (2021), Teatro “Keiros” in Rome (2017), I.S.S.M. Vecchi-Tonelli in Modena (2021), Up-To-Penice in Stradella (2021), Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici in Naples (2016), “È aperto a tutti quanti” in Naples (2016, 2017, 2018), Associazione “Artemus” in Scafati (2018, 2019), Associazione “Didime 90” on the Island of Salina (2018), “Maggio dei Monumenti” in Naples (2017, 2018), Campus Musica Acri (2017, 2020), Pianocity Pordenone (2020), Pianocity Napoli (2015, 2016, 2018) , PianoLab (2020), “Estate Classica” in Vietri sul Mare (2018), Festival di Musica da Camera “Sant’Apollonia” in Salerno (2017, 2018), Festival di musica da camera “Le Corti dell’Arte” (2017) and Accademia “Jacopo Napoli” (2017) in Cava de’ Tirreni.
He was also chosen to represent the Conservatorio “G. Martucci” of Salerno in concerts. Especially, he was chosen as a soloist harpsichordist to play the J. S. Bach's 5° Brandeburg Concerto during the “Rassegna di Musica Antica dei Concerti del Martucci” (2017).
In 2019 he performed the Concerto K413 by W. A. Mozart with the Artemus Ensemble of Pompeii, directed by Alfonso Todisco.
In 2021 he was invited, together with other young Italian pianists, to perform in the Sala del Buonumore of the Conservatorio “L. Cherubini” in Florence for the event "Grazie Maria Tipo! 90 anni di musica”, on the occasion of the ninetieth birthday of the legendary Neapolitan pianist.
He is a prizewinner in the following national and international competitions in Italy: Concorso Internazionale “Leopoldo Mugnone” 2016 in Caserta, Concorso Internazionale “Giuseppe Tricarico” 2018 in Gallipoli , Concorso Europeo per giovani musicisti “Luigi Denza” 2008 in Castellammare di Stabia, Concorso Internazionale “Città di Mercato San Severino” 2016, Concorso Nazionale “Città di Barcellona P. G.” 2021, Concorso Musicale “Terra di Severino – Città di Roccasecca” 2021, Concorso Nazionale “Giuseppe Martucci” 2016 in Sapri, Concorso d’interpretazione musicale “Competion Music World” 2018 in Scafati, Concorso Nazionale “Ariano in Musica” 2007 in Ariano Irpino, Concorso Musicale “Franco Di Franco” 2018 in Positano (chamber music).
Aleandro Giuseppe Libano started to study piano at the age of 10. He gained his piano diploma at Conservatorio di Musica “G. Martucci” in Salerno with the highest marks cum laude and special mention under the guidance of Prof. Giulio De Luca. His musical training continued with him during the Master in Piano Performance, concluded with highest marks cum laude. Thanks to a scholarship, he studied with Prof. Boguslaw Strobel at the Hochschule für Musik “Robert Schumann” in Düsseldorf.
In 2021 he was awarded the “Willem Mengelberg” financial support by “Concertgebouworkest” in Amsterdam and he received a full scholarship with the Hamlet Trio (Petra Heric – violin, Pelayo Cuéllar Sarmento – cello) to attend the European Summer Course for Chamber Music at Orlando Festival (Netherlands), in which he took lesson by Shunske Sato, Shuann Chai, Osiris Trio, Henk Guittart, Michael Gees, Elena Nemtsova.
He attends courses and masterclasses with important international professors like Bruno Canino,
Sergio De Simone, Bernd Goetzke, Alexander Hintchev, Ewa Kupiec, Francesco Libetta, Andrea Lucchesini,
Geoffrey Madge, Marian Mika, Janusz Olejniczak, Alessandro Taverna, Lev Vinokour, Mats Widlund, Arkadi Zenziper, Frank Immo Zichner, and Oberon Trio.
Furthermore, he studied with Pasquale Iannone at Accademia Musicale Pescarese and at Accademia del Ridotto and with Angelo Arciglione at Istituto di Studi Musicali “Vecchi-Tonelli” in Modena.
He was a teacher for pre-academic courses at Istituto di Studi Musicali “Vecchi-Tonelli” in Modena since 2020 until 2022 and he is currently teaching at Conservatorio “G. Martucci” in Salerno.