Giuseppe D'Aloi is an Italian pianist

Born on September 11, 1995, his passion for music began at the age of three and has continued to grow and develop over the years with fervent dedication and ambition.

D'Aloi's educational background is solid and diverse. He completed his first cycle of artistic studies at the F. Torrefranca Conservatory of Music in Vibo Valentia, before continuing his studies at the Akademia Muzyczna im. Ignacego Jana Paderewskiego in Poznan, Poland, where he completed a second biennium and an artistic doctorate.

Alongside piano, he nurtured a more intimate interest in composition, studying over the years with internationally renowned teachers and collaborating with Edizioni Suvini Zerboni.

Giuseppe's musical thinking, spontaneous and communicative, aims to express beauty through simplicity and authenticity.

This has led him to be highly appreciated and perform both in Italy and abroad over the years. Among these are the Akademia Muzyczna im. Ignacego Jana Paderewskiego w Poznaniu, the Giovanni Paolo II Museum in Warsaw, the Kiejstuta and Bacewicz Music Academy in Łódź, the Academic Hall of the University of Rzeszów, the Rectorate of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, the Hungarian Academy and Embassy in Rome, the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome, the Vibonese Library System, the Trinci Palace in Foligno, and the C. Monteverdi Conservatory of Music in Bolzano. Giuseppe has participated in numerous festivals, such as Umbria Classica, Pianiści u Paderewskiego, Scena Letnia, IV European Festival of Music Academies, and Naturalmente Pianoforte.

In 2021, he recorded his first album, a monographic work on Franz Liszt focused on Italian opera.

In addition to his career as a concert pianist and composer, Giuseppe currently teaches piano at the International Academy of Music and Art AIMART in Rome.