Alessandro Fossi Home2021-06-14T14:40:09+02:00

Alessandro Fossi is an internationally recognized prize-winning musician, a passionate teacher andTuba Professor at “Claudio Monteverdi” Conservatory in Bolzano/Bozen (I). During his career he has played with some of the finest orchestras both in Italy and abroad, and as an international soloist he is particularly acclaimed for his musicality.

Coaching is his passion and he is constantly interested in finding new ideas in the fields of personal growth, the learning process, human behaviour and habits.
He is a certified Tiny Habits® coach, a method that helps to scientifically design the behaviours we want to integrate into our life.

He can combine all his expertise in music with the science of habit formation, giving his coachees the tools to improve, but also the ability to make these improvements stick in their daily life.

Meet Alessandro
Claudio Monteverdi Conservatory

Book your online lesson with Alessandro

Following live online music lessons is one of the best ways to learn. Whether you are a professional musician or an amateur, Alessandro can help you reach your goals. You will work together on your specific needs such as technical skills, the development of musicality , planning your next audition or concert, and how to transform all these new skills into habits that stick.

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Reviews of Bel Canto

I’ve been listening to your cd, and I am speechless. Your playing is so unbelievably refined, always gorgeous. Arnold Jacobs used to compliment my playing by telling me “you are proof that every generation plays better than the previous generation.” his words re certainly true in your case.

by Rex Martin

The full potential of the instrument comes alive

The tuba often gets a bad rap when it comes to ranking the popularity of an instrument. Often the last instrument to be handed out in high school bands, and usually to the kid who was late to class that day, the tuba has never been able to distinguish itself as a “cool” instrument in the same way that guitar, bass, piano, drums, violin, saxophone and trumpet have.

Matthew Warnock
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Reviews of Bel Canto

I’ve been listening to your cd, and I am speechless. Your playing is so unbelievably refined, always gorgeous. Arnold Jacobs used to compliment my playing by telling me “you are proof that every generation plays better than the previous generation.” his words re certainly true in your case.

by Rex Martin

The full potential of the instrument comes alive

The tuba often gets a bad rap when it comes to ranking the popularity of an instrument. Often the last instrument to be handed out in high school bands, and usually to the kid who was late to class that day, the tuba has never been able to distinguish itself as a “cool” instrument in the same way that guitar, bass, piano, drums, violin, saxophone and trumpet have.

Matthew Warnock
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Leoš Janáček International Competition in Brno

  Jury member at Leoš Janáček International Tuba Competition in Brno The Leoš Janáček International Competition in Brno (Mezinárodní soutěž Leoše Janáčka v Brně, hereinafter referred to as MSLJ) is a competition named after the famous composer Leoš Janáček. The purpose of the competition is to seek young talented musicians and performers. The age limit is 35 years. The following categories take turns on a regular basis in five-year periods: piano, organ, violoncello, double bass, flute, clarinet, string quartet, violin, French horn and tuba.   Go to Leoš Janáček International Competition Website

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