Organist, pianist, keyboard player and arranger, Alberto Brigandi obtained the Master of Arts in Organ at the Haute école de musique in Geneva (Switzerland) in the class of Alessio Corti, gaining the special Prize “Pierre Segond”. He studied with internationally renowned organists such as Lionel Rogg, Guy Bovet, Marie-Claire Alain, Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini and Pierpaolo Turetta. He also obtained the Master’s degree in Engineering and Design of Sound at Politecnico in Milan.
Alberto regularly performs in concerts ranging from classical to popular music, both as a soloist and in an orchestra, all around Europe in venues such as Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral in London, the Historische Stadthalle in Wuppertal (Germany), the Philarmonie Essen (Germany), the Cathedrals of Geneva, Luxembourg City, Chelmsford (UK), Messina, Cosenza and San Pietro in Vaticano. Currently, he is organist at St Joseph’s Highgate church, in London.
In 2017 he won the 1st prize at the International Organ Competition in Wuppertal, Germany in addition to the "Sun 'n' Sound" competition in Milan with the Sfere Cristalline Concentriche.
Alberto worked on the album “Lo stupido che canta” by the songwriter Il dEli, as producer, arranger, keyboard player and occasional composer.
Furthermore, he carries on his piano and organ teaching activity. Currently, he teaches piano at ARTISTIV Music Centres, London.