Alessandra Tiraterra, pianist
Tiraterra has drawn the attention of the musical world when she started
concertizing at the age of forteen. She has performed hundreds of
recitals in Europe and the U.S.
was born and raised in
She has performed for many institutions in Italy and abroad, including: Carnegie Hall Weill Recital Hall, Kopleff Recital Hall and Rialto Center for the Performing Arts in Atlanta, Pro-Mozart Society, Steinway Society, New Brunswick Downtown Recital Series, Georgia State University Symphony Orchestra, Mozarteum Universität in Salzburg, “F. Chopin” Association and Salle Cortot in Paris, the City of Rome, “B. Barattelli” Society of L’Aquila, “Amici della Musica” Society of Rieti, S. Michele Hall in Manfredonia, “Il Tempietto” Musical Association, Teatro Marcello, Villa Torlonia, Aula Adrianea degli Orti Sallustiani, Palatino Archeological Area, Vittoriano Sala Giubileo, Teatro Ghione, Auditorium delle Fornaci, Circolo Culturale of the Bank of Italy, EPTA-Italy, “Donna e Poesia” Association, Liceo Scientifico “Torricelli” of Rome, Liceo Classico “Seneca”, Istituto Nazionale per la Guardia d’Onore alle Reali Tombe del Pantheon, International Inner Wheel Club, Bank of Italy Auditorium, Circolo di Montecitorio, Palazzo della Rovere, Sala Baldini, Accademia Angelica Costantiniana, “Villa Carpegna” Cultural Association, Catholic University of Rome, Festival Musicale delle Nazioni, “Vivere Villa Carpegna e Dintorni” Association, “Rassegna Musicale” in Otranto, Accademia Musicale of Pescara, Teatro del Lido in Ostia, etc.
won many awards in
International and National Piano Competitions, including “A.M.A.
“Citta' del Vasto”, “Roma - Premio Agora' 80”, “I giovani e l'arte”,
Longo”, and “Citta di Velletri” in Italy, and in the U.S. she won the
“Award of Excellence”, the 2005/2006 “Stegner” scholarship, the
“Alfredo Barili” scholarship, the 2005 “Thomas Brumby” Concerto
the 2006 Pro-Mozart Competition and its scholarship to study at the
Universität in Summer 2006, the 2006 MNTA “Outstanding Performer”,
Who’s Who award “for her outstanding professional and academic
the field of music”, and the 2008 Bradshaw and Buono International
Competition. She was also invited for a DMA live audition at both The
School and The Manhattan School of Music in
She was in
residence at the
Mozarteum Universität Internationale Sommerakademie in
She is an active member of EPTA (European Piano Teachers Association) and of MTNA (Music Teachers National Association), and she often teaches in master classes and seminars. In 2003, she started a biennial artistic collaboration with the TV program “Buongiorno, Italia”.
she works as a concert
pianist both as a soloist and in chamber music groups in Europe and