Valentino Alessandrini

A 27 year-old violinist, composer and producer from the Marche region of Italy, Valentino began studying the violin at the age of five, eventually graduating in violin at the Conservatory “G. Rossini” of Pesaro under the guidance of Maestro A.Venanzi and receiving the “Second Level Academic Diploma” with Maestro D.Conti, with full marks and honors. 

He has collaborated with Orchester der Tiroler Festspiele Erl of Austria, the Orchestra Sinfonica dell’ Europa Unita, the Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana (FORM), the Symphony Orchestra “Duchi d’Acquaviva” of Atri, the Orchestra of the “Progetto Sipario” of the Spontini Foundation of Jesi, Orchestra Gioachino Rossini, the Orchestra of the Conservatory “G.Rossini” of Pesaro, the “Orchestra Sinfonica del Trasimeno” and many others, working with well-known conductors such as Gustav Kuhn, Chris Houlding, Fraser Goulding, Michael Seal, Alberto Zedda.  

In December 2016 he played in England with the Birmingham Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra at the Symphony Hall, Crescent Theatre and Town Hall. In May 2017 he performed at the London College of Music accompanied by pianist Ralf Shink.

He has performed with his own musical project in Italy, America, England, Germany, Holland, Austria and Switzerland, appearing on Rai 1, Rai 2, Rai 3, and collaborating with internationally renowned brands including Nike, Mercedes, Audi, and Porsche.  In January 2020 ,  he toured in the United States of America, playing in California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona.

Defined as  “the golden boy of the violin”,  his collaborations range from classical music to quality pop music, experimenting with a variety of musical genres to bring young people closer to the world of music. 

While in Los Angeles, he worked with prominent American DJ and producer Markus Schulz and vocalist London Thor, performing on Schulz’s single “Feel Alive”, which now has more than 500,000 streams.  At the same time, Valentino’s popular YouTube channel features violin covers of pop hits, including “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion which garnered more than 2 millions views and “Something Just Like This” by the Chainsmokers  Coldplay which garnered more than 1 millions views.

He has released three prior albums:  “Violin Covers Vol.1”, “Violin Covers Vol.2” and “Le Più Belle Colonne Sonore Vol.1”.