Alessandro Liberatore born in Rome where he did his musical studies. Winner of the prestigious “Enrico Caruso” and “Zandonai” international competitions, he made his singing debut as Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni.Pupil of Luciano Pavarotti and under the guidance of Leone Magiera he studied most of the role of his repertoire.His repertoire includes works by Mozart, Bellini, Verdi, Puccini, as well as the French operas. In 2002, he participated in a recital with Luciano Pavarotti in Monte Carlo and in the next months he made his debut as Rodolfo in La Bohème, Luciano Pavarotti directing in Agrigento. At the beginning of his career he performed: Menotti’s Amal e gli Ospiti Notturni under the baton of Romano Gandolfi at the Auditorium Verdi in Milan; Nabucco (Ismaele) conducted by Riccardo Frizza in Genoa, at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice Rovigo, Pisa, Trento and Bolzano; I Capuleti e i Montecchi (Tebaldo) conducted by Nello Santi at the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome; La Traviata (Alfredo) in numerous Italian theatres and in the renowned production staged by Franco Zeffirelli in Madrid; La Bohème (Rodolfo) in Ancona (P. Arrivabeni conducting), Agrigento, at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and at the Teatro Sao Carlos in Lisbon. Important productions followed such as: Un Ballo in Maschera (Riccardo) in Catania and Palermo; Madama Butterfly (Pinkerton) in Tokyo, Osaka, Bologna and at the Florida Grand Opera in Miami; La Clemenza di Tito (title role) in Sassari and Bergen; Otello (Cassio) in Naples and Sassari; Werther (title role) in Sassari; Lauro Rossi’s Cleopatra (Marco Antonio) in Macerata; Thaïs (Nicias) under the baton of Gianandrea Noseda at the Teatro Regio in Turin; Macbeth (Macduff) in Sassari; and Rigoletto (il duca di Mantova) in Palermo. In addition to his operatic repertoire, he maintains an active schedule of concert performances that include, among others: Puccini’s Messa di Gloria, Mozart’s Krönungsmesse in Verona and Mozart’s Requiem in Ancona, Pesaro and Jesi. He was one of the protagonists of the “Five Italian Tenors”, concert in honor of Tito Schipa in Lecce, recorded by Bongiovanni.Mr Liberatore lately performed: Idomeneo (Arbace) at the Teatro Regio in Turin and at the “Settimane Musicali” in Stresa; L’Elisir d’Amore (Nemorino) in Vercelli and Alessandria; Der Rosenkavalier in Madrid and Barcelona; La Bohème in Belfast, Dublin and Hong Kong; I Lombardi alla Prima Crociata (Arvino) in Macerata; Adelia (Oliviero) and Puccini’s Messa di Gloria in Toblach; La Traviata in Malta and Karlsruhe; Lucia di Lammermoor (Lord Arturo) in Stresa (Italy); Madama Butterfly in Seoul; Rigoletto in Cosenza; Madama Butterfly in Cesena, Forlì; La Traviata in Rouen; Otello in Manchester; Nabucco in Cagliari and Sassari; Madama Butterfly in Tampere in Finland; Nabucco and Petite Messe Solennelle in Erl; Rigoletto in Lisbon; Lucio Silla (role title) at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona; Verdi’s Requiem at the Anima Mundi Festival in Pisa and in Toblach; Rota’s Mysterium in Rome and at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, where he also performed in Otello, Lucia di Lammermoor in Catania, Manon Lescaut at the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome, Missa Solemnis in Cagliari, La bohème at the Terme di Caracalla in Rome. Mr. Liberatore starred in Massenet’s Manon in Liège, in Nabucco in Nancy, in Madama Butterfly at the Teatro Comunale in Bologna and in Mysterium by Rota with La Verdi in Milan.His future projects include: Un Ballo in Maschera in Bern, L’Elisir d’Amore in Cagliari, Elisabetta Regina d’Inghilterra in Sassari, Verdi’s Requiem in Erl, Rota’s Mysterium in Bari, and a series of concerts in Nice.