Born of an Italian mother and Persian father, Alessandro Deljavan began learning to play piano before the age of two and gave his first performances at age three. Acknowledgements began at the age of nine when he won the prestigious Concours musical de France (1st Prize, Paris, 1996).
He has since performed around the world including in Austria, Belgium, China, Columbia, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Korea, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.
Alessandro has performed with orchestras such as the Mariinsky, the Fort Worth, the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, Leopolis Chamber Orchestra, Haydn di Bolzano e Trento, Israel Camerata, Wuhan Philharmonic, the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Boston Philharmonic among others.
He has appeared at festivals such as the Festival International Piano Classique de Biarritz, Festival Chopin à Paris , Bologna Festival, the Bogotà International Piano Festival, and Tippet Rise.
His chamber music partners have included the Takács, Sine Nomine and Brentano quartets. With the violinist Daniela Cammarano he has recorded several albums for the Aevea, Brilliant Classics
and Onclassical labels.
Extending his chamber music into the formation of a trio, Alessandro has begun a collaboration with the cellist Amedeo Cicchese who along with Daniela Cammarano form Trio Laetitia with a debut recording on the Artalinna label.
Alessandro Deljavan has a discography of over 60 albums and in 2021 Alessandro inaugurated his own imprint, the AERAS Music Group, for which he has released the Bach Goldberg Variations, and an album of works by Liszt.
His teachers include Ricardo Risaliti, Enrico Belli, Eugenio Bagnoli, azar Berman, William Grant, Naboré, Dimitri Bashkirov, Laurent Boullet, Fou Ts’ong, Dominique Merlet, John Perry, Menahem Pressler, Claude Frank, Richard Goode, and Andreas Staier.
He is currently Artistic Director of the Opera Master school in Crecchio founded in 2021 and Professor of Piano at the U. Giordano Conservatory of Music, Rodi Garganico, Italy.