Italian violinist Alessandro Cazzato is performing internationally as an interpreter of classical and contemporary music.


Regularly invited to renowned international scenes, he debuted in July 2017 at Carnegie Hall in New York in a recital for solo violin with music by Locatelli, Sivori and Paganini. He performed solo concerts in major Concert Halls and Festivals in Italy and abroad: Weill Recital Hall –Carnegie Hall NYC, New York Philharmonic Biennial, Spectrum NYC, NYC Electroacoustic Music Festival, "Flatus – International Music Festival” in Sion, LAC – Lugano, “Euro Arts" International Music Foundation, Grosser Saal Gürzenich of Köln, Theatre Euskalduna of Bilbao, Theatre Petruzzelli and Camerata Musicale Barese, Auditorium "Juan Victoria" of San Juan, Universidad de las Artes in Buenos Aires, Festival "SoundThought" and "Center for Contemporary Arts" in Glasgow, "Museu Condes de Castro" Lisbon, University of Arts in Aveiro,  Festival “Valle d’Itria”, International Festival "Il Suono Italiano", CIDIM (Italian Committee for Music), SIMC (Italian Society for Contemporary Music), Milano Classica, University "Tor Vergata" Rome, Lucca International Festival, Municipal Conservatory of Thermi/Thessaloniki, Matera Intermedia Festival, IIC – Institute of Italian Culture of NYC.


He graduated and specialized "cum laude" in Violin with Franco Mezzena and Felix Ayo. Graduated also in Letters, he has written books and essays on Music and Literature, reviewed on important magazines.


His repertoire spans from baroque to contemporary music. In this field, through active collaborations with composers, his work aims at understanding and realize the ideas behind each score, with predominant attention to electroacoustic repertoire (with tape or live electronics). He is an active member of the SIMC (Society for Italian Contemporay Music).


He actually collaborates with “Tactus – The Italian Classic Music Label”, recording Cd “Re-writings” (2016, dedicated to contemporary music for solo violin) and Cd "Felice Giardini, Six Duos for Two Violin Op. 2" (2019). 


He has been invited to take part in juries of International Competitions.


Devoting also to teaching and musical research, he held seminaries on Violin Technique, Chamber Music and Contemporary Performance. He is  Artistic Director of "Archimie – Strings Academy". He actually teaches Violin at the "Fausto Torrefranca" Conservatory of Music  in Vibo Valentia (It) and at the "Tito Schipa" Conservatory of Music in Lecce (It).