Alessandra Bosco is an experimental singer, performance artist, musician, mentor and careful observer of the external and internal world. Graduated with honors in Communication Sciences at the University of Urbino, in 2012 she moved to Boston to study at Berklee College of Music, following a scholarship won at Umbria Jazz Festival. At Berklee she approaches Music Therapy, studying with professionals of the World Federation of Music Therapy and attending afterwards harmonic singing courses, Nada Yoga (sound Yoga) and Bioenergetics with trainers such as Lorenzo Pierobon, Riccardo Misto and Emanuele Mocarelli.
She has held courses for the Master in multichannel marketing at the Polytechnic of Turin (Biella branch) and at the rehab community of San Patrignano during the preparation of the theatrical piece “Francesco Povero” which debuted at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano, in programme for EXPO 2015. She’s an expert in Artistic Vocology graduated at University of Bologna under the guidance of Dr. Franco Fussi and Dr. Silvia Magnani. She has shared the stage with artists such as Mike Stern, Joey Blake (of the Voicestra of Bobby McFerrin), Stefano Bollani and others.
“Discovering Alessandra’s voice was a very special moment for me; she is a singer with a unique voice and a rare way of expressing emotions and beauty”.
Nitzan Kremer, artistic director Tel Aviv Jazz Festival