(Varese, 1979)


Alessandro Cadario is a composer and a conductor.
He is a graduate in orchestra conducting from the Conservatory “G. Verdi” of Milan. He also studied with Gianluigi Gelmetti at “Accademia Chigiana” in Siena and he graduated, cum laude, in choral music and choir conducting, in violin, and in composition at the Conservatory “G. Verdi” of Como.

He studied choir conducting with the most famous conductors and groups like Tonû Kaljuste, Frider Bernius and The Kings' Singers.
He won several national and international prices both as a conductor and as a composer. He works for Feniarco, Europa Cantat and he is often invited as a jury member in national and international contests and also as a guest teacher by important organizations and universities. 
He also arranged pieces for artists like Carl Anderson, Gloria Gaynor and PFM and he recorded both as a composer and conductor for RAI (Italian Radiotelevision) and Deutschlandradio. 

His compositions have been played in America, Argentina, Panama, Great Britain, Ireland, Spain, Germany, Latvia, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey and Israel: in particular by the “Real Filarmonia de Galicia” in Santiago de Compostela, by the “Haydn Orchestra” of Bolzano, by “I Pomeriggi Musicali” of Milan, by “I Solisti Veneti” and by Musica Sacra choir at Lincoln Centre in New York. His works have been conducted by  Aldo Ceccato and Kent Tritle in important musical seasons like “Ravenna Festival” and "Società dei Concerti" of Milan. Since 2004 he has been the main conductor of the orchestra “I Musici Estensi”. In 2005 he wrote his first opera with the libretto by the famous italian writer and journalist Lorenzo Arruga. He conducted “Mihail Jora” Phylharmonic Orchestra,  “Italian Philharmonic Orchestra” , “I Pomeriggi Musicali” of Milan, the Accademy of the "Teatro alla Scala", "I Cameristi della Scala" and the Orchestra of Cagliari Opera Hause.