Fabrizio Alessandrini was born in Bergamo, Italy, in 1990.
He graduated with honors in Clarinet Performance from the Conservatory of Music Luca Marenzio, in Brescia (Italy) and he got a Music Master in Clarinet Performance at Lugano’s Conservatory (Swiss university system) in 2015, under the guidance of professor Milan Rericha.
He got many music awards: first prize at the “Enrico Arisi” National Music Competition (Cremona, Italy, 2002), third prize at the “Giuseppe Tassis” International Clarinet Competition (Bergamo, 2006), third prize at the “Asti” International Music Competition (Italy, 2011), first prize at the “Grand Prize Virtuoso” International Music Competition (Salzburg, Austria, 2016).
In 2008 he won the audition for the Central European Initiative (CEI) Youth Orchestra. He collaborated with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Italy, with the Haydn Foundation Orchestra (Bolzano, Italy), with the i Pomeriggi Musicali Orchestra (Milan, Italy), where he made the first Italian performance of "Explosante-fixe" by Pierre Boulez, for the anniversary of his eighty-fifth birthday.
He also collaborated with Teatro Grande Foundation (Brescia, Italy) and with Teatro alla Scala Orchestra in Milan.
He was invited to perform at Beijing International Clarinet Fest (July, 2016), and at Orlando International Clarinet Fest (July, 2017).