Alessandro Lombardo was born on November the 8th 1988, in Milan. His first approach with music began at the age of 3, since he was used to listen to classical music. He started shaping his talent playing piano and drums, with which he has a very exclusive relationship, through the teaching of Piero Tarantino, Stefano Bagnoli and Tony Arco. After graduating from high school and CEMM jazz music school, he decides to devote himself to music by joining the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. This was the turning point of his career. He has the opportunity to work and learn with lots of respectable professionals such as Terri Lyne Carrington, Dave DiCenso, Sergio Bellotti, Hal Crook, Jon Hazilla, John Blackwell, and many more.
By now Alessandro has collaborated as performer and arranger with various artists - Michael MacDonald, Rhiannon, Bobby McFerrin, Donna McElroy, Mission Hill, Dennis Montgomery, Jackson Schultz, Ken Pullig, David Bunn, Quintocerchio, Sergio Sgrilli, The Crowd and Ozone among others – and he’s still increasing his resume with important musical experiences and credits : He performed in Grenoble Jazz Festival, Washington Square Festival, a Tribute to the late Joe Morello in Turin, Swampscott Jazz Series and LostInJazz(Finland) among others; he signed a contract with Universal Music and he is interviewed and reviewed by the most sizable radios, tv shows and magazines; He won the Armand Zildjian Award in 2011. Nowadays he still works as a performer, composer and arranger who plays across Europe and USA. Currently working on The Drum Brother with James Payne, a YouTube channel which documents a studying experience, hosting the best drummers in the world as teachers.