BMus(guitar), BMus (Musicology), MMus (Music Technology)
Born in Italy in 1980, after guitar diploma at the Conservatory “C. Pollini “ of Padova, with Giovanni Grano , he studied with Giulio Tampalini at the “Accademia della Chitarra di Brescia” and with Angelo Gilardino at the Accademia “F. A. Vallotti “in Vercelli. He attended masterclasses with guitarists, composers and musicologists, including Claudio Ambrosini, Giacomo Baroffio, Egidio Pozzi, Giancarlo Facchinetti, Antonio Giacometti, Giovanni Podera, José Luis del Puerto, Luigi Biscaldi. Awarded in some national and international competitions, he has performed in important festivals such as the International Festival “Brescia Chitarra”, “Chitarre d’autunno – Brescia,” “Ars Citarae Novae – Rome “, “MusicaMuseo – Vercelli” and live on Sky- 830 TV channel. Instrumentalism was always supported with a continuos musicological research: after a degree in Musicology at the Conservatory of Padova, he obtained, cum laude, a Master Degree in “Music Tecnologies”(major “Music publishing”) with the multimedia thesis “Il tenebrismo: la chitarra della noche oscura da Manuel de Falla ad Angelo Gilardino”, reviewed in the December 2008 by ‘Suonare News’ magazine. He has worked on important projects such as creating the bibliographic fund “Cesare Pollini “, introduced in 2002 at the Congress of the Italian Society of Musicology, and transcriptions of premiered works such as ‘La Clemenza di Tito’ by Baldassare Galuppi. He was assistant stage manager for several opera productions in Padova (italy). In 2010 he published the musicology essay “Le romanze da salotto di Michele Bellucci. Le edizioni a stampa e i manoscritti autograph” and a new work about guitar Tenebrism in 20th Century is next to publishing. He plays guitar made by Luis Arban (1975) and Giuseppe Guagliardo (2010). Alessio Olivieri is artistic director of Cultural Association “Operaperta” in Manfredonia (FG- Italy). He’s guitar teacher in public and private institutes in Italy. Currently he is enrolled in a Postgraduate Community Access Music Program (CAP) in Melbourne University (Conservatorium of Music).
These details were last updated on January 12, 2012