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Alessandro Deljavan


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Born to an Italian mother and Persian father, Alessandro Deljavan began to play piano before the age of two, and gave his first performances at age three.
He has since performed around the world, in countries such as Austria, Belgium, China, Columbia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Switzerland, and the United States.
Deljavan has performed with orchestras such as the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, The Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, Orchestra Sinfonica Leopolis, Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and Trento, Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra (Vilnius, Lithuania) among others. His chamber music partners have included the Takács Quartet, the Sine Nomine Quartet and the Brentano Quartet. He tours extensively with violinist Daniela Cammarano, with whom he has recorded several albums for the labels OnClassical / ÆVEA and Brilliant Classics.
Alessandro has appeared in films such as ‘Franz Liszt: The Pilgrimage Years’ (RAI – Italian TV), ‘Virtuosity’ (Cliburn / PBS), and in numerous live broadcasts on European radio. The live webcasts from the Cliburn competitions (2009 & 2013) were seen by over a million viewers in 155 countries.
With a discography of over 40 albums, amongst the others, he recorded the Chopin Waltzes & Études (Brilliant Classics), and the Complete Piano Works by Reynaldo Hahn (ÆVEA).
Mr. Deljavan was one of the young artists selected to attend the International Piano Academy at Lake Como, Italy, under the tutelage of its artistic director, William Grant Nabore. Alessandro is currently professor of piano at the conservatory in Foggia, Italy.


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