The Italian organist, composer and pianist, dr.prof. Alberto Patron, graduated at the ancient Law University of Padua (Italy), at the music Conservatory "Benedetto Marcello" of Venice (Italy) and "Venezze" of Rovigo (Italy); he improved himself at various European Academies and Conservatories with world known teachers: U. Battel, Akiko Ebi, François Weigel, Pierre Pontier, G. Lovato, Walter Norris, J. Louis Haguenauer, J. Philippe Collard, Noël Lee, G. Bonato, S. Chiereghin, F. Rossi, F. Finotti, L. Ferdinando Tagliavini, G. Alessandro Vanzin, Dag Achatz, and had artistic exchanges with many other (Luciano Berio, Segafreddo, Bruno Maderna, Ferruccio Germani, C. De Pirro, G. Pressato, etc.).
Alberto Patron was awarded at many Composer's Competitions both National and International (among which are: Kansas City, Warsaw, Holland, Milan, Gustav Mahler 2005 at Klagenfurt, etc.). He has recorded several CD for various Labels, Radio & TV broadcasts and published both in the musical field as well as in the literary, teaching and scientifical one.
Alberto Patron is a concert artist in Italy and abroad, as Ph.D. Doctoral Professor has taught at graduate and undergraduate courses at several universities, held lectures and masterclass of performance, music and composition in Europe and USA (New York, New Orleans, Cincinnati, etc.). He collaborates with national newspapers as critic and supervisor. Titular organist since 1987 at the Archpriest Church of St. George of Pordenone, Vice-president of the International Musical association of Pordenone (Italy), ex-President of the International Society of Art & Research, Committee Directional member of the Italian Federation of Composers, he is the founder of the Aporetic Music & Philosophy, co-founder of the international MEM Ensemble and of the Singing Group 5th Evangelio. Several works of him are stored at important international Libraries (New York, The British, etc.), his works and life was subject of Ph.D. and PDE, as well as of study at the World Art Conference of Honolulu (Hawaii). Memorable his performance and critic analysis of the integral Bach Cantatas for the "Radio Nel Deserto" broadcast.