Alberto Giurioli is one of the most streamed classics on the web and is the youngest member of the ClassicFM Hall of Fame. On his album "Life" he shows what makes his music. His traditional melody is elegant and leads through cinematographic worlds. Again and again Giurioli surprises with new harmonic turns, which are gently supported by restrained use of the orchestra.
As a younger member of the neo-classics, Alberto Giurioli stands in the tradition of composers such as Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Zimmer, Nils Frahm and Olafur Arnalds.
Raised in the small town of Badia Polesine in Veneto, he began playing the piano at the age of four. He also learned to play guitar, bass and drums and studied music at the Conservatorio di Musica Francesco Venezze. After graduating, the Italian moved to London. There he found the many street pianos that are available for everyone in many places throughout the metropolis. Giurioli began performing his cross-genre songs and processing feedback on his compositions.
On the new record he follows his own biography, the journey from Veneto to Great Britain with all its ups and downs. He tells of the hopes, dreams and fears of the 31-year-old. According to the personal motto: "Don't deny what you are. Don't be afraid of what you want to be. Play as hard as you can. Forget the pain you had. Run on the keys like never before. Dreams!"
In October Alberto Giurioli comes to Berlin for an exclusive show.