Acclaimed by the critics and the public alike, Alexander Panizza appears regularly in the Americas and Europe. Born in Toronto, he received his musical education in Canada, Argentina, France and Spain, completing a postgraduate degree at the Royal College of Music, in London.
Among the main attributes of his artistic personality, his extraordinary mastery of pianistic sonorities, intensities and shades, his virtuosity and the scope of his repertoire stand out. He has performed as a soloist in recitals and with more than thirty orchestras in very important halls worldwide, including the Barbican Hall in London, Colón Theatre in Buenos Aires, Amphitheater Richelieu at the Sorbonne, Palas Theatre in Athens, Ciurlionis Museum in Lithuania, Teatro Nacional in Panama City and Herkulessaal in Munich. Among his memorable performances there were renderings of concerti by Brahms, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Chopin, Beethoven and Schumann. He is also interested in collaborating with chamber musicians, participating in festivals such as Soesterberg Music Festival (Holland), Long Island Mozart Festival and Festival de los Siete Lagos (Argentina).
Alexander Panizza has recorded Beethoven’s 32 Piano Sonatas (EMR), and Alberto Ginastera’s complete piano works (Tradition), as well as works by Winkler (Naxos, American composers series), Clementi (Cascade) and Guastavino (Espacio Santafesino). Alexander enjoys also teaching, holding a post at Universidad Pontificia Católica Argentina and conducting master classes in various countries.