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Alberto Ballico

Operations Manager

Alberto Ballico is an Italian ex-professional footballer turned singer/song writer and pianist. He joined Club Europe in 2010 and works as an Operations Manager arranging music tours for schools in different European countries.

He discovered his music talent at the tender age of 10, when he started playing the French Horn in his local brass band. It was also during this time that he started his rudimentary studies in music theory.  At age 19 Alberto’s generous parents bought him a very fine black upright piano, on which he began to explore song writing. A couple of years later in February 1998, full of determination and self-belief, Alberto decided to emigrate to London to further familiarise himself with the English Language and broaden his horizons.

In London he continued his music studies and improved his musicianship skills by taking further music courses, including studying for a BA in Music. He played and sang in different college bands and currently plays in a rock cover band called the Subs. 

Alberto is a very open-minded, positive and enthusiastic individual, who is eager to share his energy and thoughts through music with the current generation.

Contact Alberto

Tel: +44 20 8772 2862
alberto.b@club-europe.co.uk

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"Lovely venues, lovely audiences, comfortable accommodation. Alahree was very prompt and efficient with her responses and understood our needs well."

Gill Chapman, Ceceilia Singers

"It’s hard to think how anything could have improved on this trip – it was superb in every way! The response to the whole tour has been entirely positive. Alahree was first class as ever and it was a pleasure to work with Alberto. The inspection visit in November was hugely beneficial and made the whole process of planning the concerts and itinerary so much more straightforward."

Chris Swain, Director of Music, Wycliffe Choral Society

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