Alberto Nosè obtained his first recognition at the age of eleven, winning the 1st Prize at the Jugend für Mozart international competition in Salzburg, thanks to which he made his first tour in Italy, Austria and France.

Subsequently he won numerous prizes in the most important international competitions:

World Piano Masters in Monte Carlo (1st prize in 2015)
Concert Artists Auditions in New York (1st Prize in 2012)
Top of the World International Piano Competition in Tromsø (1st Prize in 2011)
Camillo Togni from Gussago (1st Prize in 2008)
Paloma O'Shea from Santander (1st Prize, Gold Medal and Audience Award in 2005)
Long-Thibaud from Paris (2nd Prize in 2004)
L. Gante of Pordenone (1st Prize in 2002)
Maj Lind of Helsinki (1st Prize in 2002)
World Piano Competition of London (2nd Prize in 2002)
F. Chopin of Warsaw (5th prize in 2000)
Vendôme Prize of Paris (1st prize in 2000)
F. Busoni of Bolzano (2nd prize with particular distinction in 1999)
Venice Prize (1st prize unanimously in 1998)

Thanks to these affirmations, he began an amazing career that led him to perform in Europe and all over the world, for important festivals and in prestigious concert halls, including: Carnegie Hall in New York, Royal Festival Hall , Queen Elisabeth Hall and Wigmore Hall in London, Konzerthaus in Berlin, Théâtre du Châtelet and Salle Pleyel in Paris, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Beethoven Fest in Bonn, Liederhalle in Stuttgart, Chopin Festival in Geneva, Summer Festival in Lucerne, Teatro Monumental and Auditorium of Madrid, Megaron of Athens, Finland Hall of Helsinki, Filharmonja Narodowa of Warsaw, Benaroya Hall of Seattle, Suntory Hall of Tokyo, Auditorio do MASP of Sao Paulo, Meireles Hall of Rio de Janeiro, Cervantino International Festival of Mexico City , La Fenice Theater in Venice, September Music in Turin, Bologna Festival, Verona Philharmonic Theater, Verdi Theater in Trieste, Sala Verdi, Teatro dal Verme and Auditorium in Milan,Rossini Theater in Pesaro, Olympic Theater in Vicenza, Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.

As a chamber musician he has collaborated with the cellist Rocco Filippini, the Quartetto Ysaÿe, the Quartet of Venice, and as a soloist he has played with the major orchestras, including: London Philharmonic, English Chamber Orchestra, Orchester National de Lille, Orchester Philharmonique de Radio France , Warsaw Philharmonic, Finnish Radio Symphony, Sinfonica RTVE of Madrid, Janacek Philharmonic, Orquesta Sinfonica de Tenerife, Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia, Mexico State Symphony, Württembergisches Staatsorchester Stuttgart, Norwegian Radio Orchestra of Oslo, Orchestra of the Verona Arena, Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, Haydn Orchestra of Trento and Bolzano, Orchestra of Rome and Lazio. He has collaborated with well-known directors, such as Roy Goodman, Manfred Honeck, Jesus Lopez-Cobos, Enrique Batiz, Pedro Ignacio Calderon, Anton Nanut, Hannu Lintu, James Judd, Marcus Bosch, Rumon Gamba, George Hanson, Ion Marin, Josè Ferreira Lobo, Alain Lombard, Enrique Mazzola, Thomas Søndergård.

His discography includes recordings for Sarx Records , Assicurazioni Generali , for Tau Records , for the French music magazine Piano , for Radio Classica, Radio Danzica and for Radio Suisse Romande.

In 2006 the Nascor-Ysaye Records label released a CD with music by Schumann and Prokofiev, which received the La Clef and Coup de coeur Fnac awards.

In 2008 a DVD dedicated to Mozart and Beethoven was released for Domovideo , made on the occasion of Mozart's 250th anniversary in 2006 and also broadcast by the digital satellite channel SKY CLASSICA .

In the same year he published a CD with Johann Christian Bach's Six Sonatas op.17 for Naxos , performed on the modern piano, which received the CHOC du Monde de la Musique and Diapason Superbe award and broadcast all over the world by Radio France, BBC 3 , Radio 4 Netherland, Radio New Zealand, ABC Classic FM USA and Australia.

In 2019 he founded the Amadeus Sound Project , an independent record label of which he is artistic director and producer, for which he publishes

The Art of Amadeus Piano Duo (2019), the first CD of Amadeus Piano Duo for 4 hands piano together with pianist Valentina Fornari, in collaboration with Yamaha Italia;

Yann Tiersen: Piano Works (2020);

Max Richter: Piano Works (2020).

In 2019 he founded and directs the Amadeus Web Channel , a live streaming channel that broadcasts the events of the Amadeus Academy on social channels such as Facebook and YouTube.

He is regularly invited as a juror in important national and international piano competitions such as F. Chopin of Warsaw, Chopin of Szafarnia, Chopin of Hannover, Chopin of Budapest, A. Rubinstein in memoriam of Bydgoszcz, R. Vines of Lleida , Top of the World of Tromsø, Maj Lind of Helsinki, V. Horowitz of Kiev, International Competition of Tbilisi, Concert Artists Auditions of New York, A. Salieri of Legnago (VR), R. Zadra of Abano Terme (PD), R. Gallinari of Pieve of Cento (BO),F. Moscato di Airola (BN), R. Melini di Pinè (TN), City of Villafranca (VR), City of San Donà di Piave (VE), Amadeus Competition of Lazise (VR).

Graduated in piano at the age of 17 at the "FE Dall'Abaco" State Conservatory of Music in Verona with Prof. Laura Palmieri, he obtained the II Level Academic Diploma in piano with a concert address with Maestro Virginio Pavarana in 2006 At the same time he perfected himself with Franco Scala ,

Boris Petrushansky and Leonid Margarius at the International Piano Academy “Incontri col Maestro” in Imola where he obtained the Piano Master in 2005.

He also took part in the masterclasses of great pianists such as Maurizio Pollini at the Lucerne Summer Festival, Murray Perahia at the Salle Gaveau Masterclasses in Paris, Andrej Jasinski and Alfons Kontarsky at the Summer Academy in Salzburg, Paul Badura-Skoda at the Ecole Normale de Musique of Paris, in addition to the Masters Michael Dalberto, Louis Lortie, Michael Beroff, Alexander Lonquich, Arie Vardi, Fou Ts'ong, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling.

He covered the role of main piano teacher in the 2011/2012 academic year at the “S. Moniuszko ” in Gdansk and the “ F. Nowowiejski ” by Bydgoszcz (Poland).

He was subsequently a principal piano teacher at the “N. Piccinni ” in Bari from 2013 to 2014, at the Higher Institute of Musical Studies“ G. Verdi ” in Ravenna from 2014 to 2017, at the“ A. Buzzolla ” in Adria (RO) from 2017 to 2020, and currently at the“ F. Bonporti "of Trento - section of Riva del Garda.

He also carried out teaching activities in Masterclasses at the School of Instruments in Arco di Legnago (VR), the Conservatories of Latina and Padua, the Geneva Conservatory, the “M. Paderewski "in Warsaw, the Tromsø Conservatory (Norway), the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, the Tbilisi Conservatory (Georgia), the Mannes College of Music in New York, the Bowdoin Festival in Brunswick (Maine - USA), the Music College of Nassau (Bahamas), the Music School of Tokyo, the Music School of Hong Kong.

Since 2014 he has been a principal piano teacher at the Amadeus Academy in Valeggio sul Mincio (VR), of which he is also Artistic Director, and is a member of the Amadeus Piano Duo together with the teacher and pianist Valentina Fornari.