Alessandra BellinoBorn: 1970
Country of origin: Italy

Graduated in piano with ten, praise and special mention, in Composition with the maximum one of the votes near the National academy of Santa Cecilia (Rome) with Azio Corghi (President Luciano Berio) and in Musical Disciplines to Technological Address in Composition with 110/110 and praise.
She also studed at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana and with Ivan Fedele to Bari in 2005. Her works are performed in many countries including: MITO September Music, Festival of Belfort, Dissonanzen+SuonaFrancese, 58th Settimana Musicale Senese, NuovaConsonanza, Antidogma Musica in Turin and Peking, Project SONORA of the CEMAT – Proxima Centauri, Nuovi Spazi Musicali, Tour Pacific Northwest Tour USA, Rèsonance Contemporaine, 5 ^ Cycle of Music Contemp. Buenos Aires, Rèsonance Contemporaine France, SpazioMusica, International Yard of art of Montepulciano, Festival Germi Rome, Suoni Inauditi, Festival Play-it! Florence, etc. and from prestigious ensemble (Algoritmo, Fontana mix, Icarus Ensemble, Stradivari Sextett, Freon Ensemble, Frame-duo, Duo Novecembalo, Ensemble Dissonanzen, Finnish Duo Pulakka-Leinonen, Ensemble de Six voix solistes of Alain Goudard) and orchestras which Orchestra Esacordo in Rome, Symphonic Orchestra of Castilla Y Leòn, Symphonic Orchestra of the Principality of Asturias, Symphonic Orchestra of Sanremo, the Chamber orchestra of Matera, the Regional orchestra in Tuscany (ORT), the Symphonic Orchestra Tito Schipa in Lecce.
Already winning of numerous International Contests of Composition, the International I° Competition of Composition MAGISTRALIA of Asturias for great symphonic orchestra of the International Music Prize for Exellence in Composition of Thessaloniki – Greece with National Academy of Music of the of Colorado-USA. She teaches at the Conservatory of Music of Benevento Italy.
Its works are published by Rugginenti, Bèrben, ArsPublica, Ludo, Sconfinarte, Ut Orpheus, engraved from, MAP LIRA CLASSICA in Milan, CD Baby in Portland (USA) and broadcasted by the National Radio of Spain, channel Classical WPRW Princeton New, RAI Radio3, RadioVaticana, Radio Switzerland of Lugano.


Title: Mixterium, free transcriptions from motet “O magnum mysterium” by Tomas Louis de Victoria for brass quintet, 2006
Cat.No.: MA 0010193
Page: 7
Price: 14.90