Always interested in the most varied musical forms, Alessandro D'Alessandro is considered one of the most talented Italian organ players.
"Canzoni", the album released by Squilibri Editore that will mark his debut as a soloist, stands. It is a project of exploration of the author's song, with the transposition of some classics into the language of a "prepared" accordion which, in his hands, seems to take on "the breath of an orchestra".
With an intense career behind him, D'Alessandro coordinates the Bottoni Orchestra, an organ ensemble with which he has released several records including "Orchestra Bottoni Live", finalist Targa Tenco 2014, second place at the 2014 Loano Award to name just a few of the acknowledgments received.
In 2017 he won the Targa Tenco for the best album in dialect with "Songs, ballads and hypochondria of ammore" made together with Canio Loguercio.
The network of collaborations, vast and difficult to summarize, which saw him protagonist in the studio and live, involves musicians such as Franco Battiato, Sergio Cammariere, Neri Marcorè.
He has performed in important festivals and prestigious venues, in Italy and abroad, including Festival Berlioz, World Travel Market London, Folkest, La Notte Della Taranta, etc.