‘Splendido! … cried the audience in unison as a man dressed in black passionately strummed the guitar’
(Times of India, Bangalore 3rd November 2008)
‘Italian guitarist enchants with lyrical show’
(Jakarta Post, May 05, 2007)
‘Une fascination à laquelle on ne peut pas échapper’
(Festival de Lucerne, August 2004)
Alessio Nebiolo began his musical studies in Italy when he was eight-years-old and obtained a diploma with “distinction”at the ‘A. Vivaldi’ Conservatory in Alessandria in the classe of Guido Margaria. In 2003, he obtained his “Diplôme de Virtuosité” (Concert Diploma) with “Congratulations of the Jury” at the Lausanne Conservatory in the professional classes of the Brazilian guitarist M º Dagoberto Linhares. Then, he completed his studies with a “Diplôme de Soliste” (Soloist Diploma with orchestra), which he obtained with “Congratulations of the Jury”. In 2005, he was awarded the Max Jost First Prize dedicated to the best soloist of the year amongst all instruments.
Alessio Nebiolo is already the winner of several international competitions (11 awards).
Alessio Nebiolo has performed in the most renown festivals in Switzerland, France, Sweden, Romania, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, USA, Uruguay, Paraguay, Mexico, Poland, Brasil, Panama and Bolivia in solo recitals, as soloist with orchestra and giving master classes. Several concerts have been recorded and fully transmitted by national radio and television in Italy, Spain, Switzerland, France, Romania, Chile, Mexico, Argentina and Bolivia.
He has also recorded several different albums in France (Arpeggio), Italy (Classica Viva, GuitArt Collection, Sinfonica Edizioni, Flipper Music, SMC records), Holland (Brilliant Classics), Mexico (Tempus Clasico).
He played as a soloist with the ’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande’ , ‘Orchestra da Camera di Lugano’, ‘Nova Amadeus Chamber Orchestra’ (Rome), ‘Orchestre Symphonique du Mont Blanc’ (France), Sinfonietta (Switzerland), Philarmonie Marea Neagra (Roumanie) Philarmonica de Cochabamba (Bolivia), Symphony of the Americas (USA), Temuco Symphony Orchestra (Chile), Orchestre de Chambre de Versoix (Switzerland).
His solo recital for the “Lucerne Festival” was recorded and transmitted by the Swiss National Radio Espace2.
In 2017 he performed Prelude and Fugue, dedicated to him by the Italian composer Lorenzo Turchi-Floris, in a fifty days’ tour around USA and Panama.
Alessio Nebiolo is a guitar teacher at the Geneva Music Conservatory in Switzerland.