Alessandro Ciccolini, baroque violinist, has worked for several years as first violin with "La Cappella della Pietà dei Turchini" of Naples, currently continuing the collaboration with the master A. Florio covering the role of shoulder in the ensemble "i Turchini" performing in the main concert halls and festivals around the world. He also collaborated with the most famous early music ensembles including "Concerto Soave" of Marseille, "Il Complesso Barocco ”directed by A. Curtis.
He supervised the revision of the “Assalonne Punito” oratory by P. A. Ziani, composing instrumental parts lost; this version was performed in 1997 in Naples, in 1998 in Piacenza and in Berlin by the ensemble "Il Complesso Barocco" under the direction of m. A. Curtis. The same American master commissioned the reconstruction in 2005 recently rediscovered by A. Vivaldi: "Motezuma". This reconstruction was engraved in 2006 for Deutsche Grammophon and was published in 2010 for the publishing house Baerenreiter.
The festival of the two worlds of Spoleto, staged in July 2006 his reconstruction of the work of A. Vivaldi "Ercole sul Termodonte" under the direction of m. A. Curtis. He rebuilt the comic parts of the work "Ottavia returned to the throne" by Domenico Scarlatti represented, under the direction of A. Florio, at the Victoria Eugenia theater in S. Sebastian during the "Quincena musical 2007”.
From 2010 to 2013 he conducted the orchestra "Orfeo Futuro" performing the Magnificat di J.S.Bach and his compositions such as: a Laudate Dominum for soprano, chorus and orchestra; a Salve Regina, for soprano and strings; a cantata for soprano and instruments, “Ero e Leandro ", also performed in the XV Estense Music Festival" Grandezze e Meraviglie "by Modena and later in the "Anima Mea" festival in Molfetta; and a "Wednesday Lesson Santo ”for soprano, alto and strings. The French record company Naive recorded in 2013 for the Vivaldi Edition his reconstruction of the work of A. Vivaldi "Cato in Utica" under the direction of the master A. Curtis; subsequently published by the American publishing house Boosey & Hawkes.
In 2017 he directed the first performance of his soprano “Stabat Mater” in Lodi alto and orchestra for the association "La Lira d’Orfeo" and one of his was performed Salve Regina for three sopranos and orchestra at the Palau de la Musica in Valencia from "Capella de Ministrers" directed by Carles Magraner.
He has recorded for: Accent, Harmonia Mundi, Opus 111, Stradivarius, Tactus, ORF, BBC, RAI 1 and RAI 3. For the Symphonia record company, he recorded two CDs containing compositions in first execution in modern times: “The first book of violin sonatas of Mr. Aldebrando Subissati sonosissimo Famosissimo, Fossombrone 1675 “released in 1997 and" Concerti from church to four stromenti op II, Casalmaggiore 1729 ”of the composer Andrea Zani, released in 1998. For the record company Brilliant Classics, in 2011, he recorded a CD containing the Fourth Sonatas by T. Albinoni and in 2016 a CD containing the first recording in modern times, the sonatas are the fourth opera by Pietro Degli Antoni. He is professor of Baroque Violin at the “A. Boito ”of Parma