Alice Ricciardi, born in Milan and currently living in Rome, is a singer and composer. Music has always been an integral part of his life since the age of seven, when he began studying violin at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory. Between 1995 and 1999, he studied singing at the International Academy of Jazz Music in Milan, under the direction of Enrico Intra and Franco Cerri.

She later specialized with American singer Rachel Gould in Italy and with legendary pianist Ran Blake in Boston.

  • In 2002, he received the European diploma “F.N.E.I.J” (Fèdèration Nationale des Ecoles d’Influence Jazz et des Musiques Actuelles) in France.
  • In 2005, she won 2nd Prize at the Montreux Jazz Festival International Vocal Competition and was invited as a performer at the IAJE Conference
  • In 2006 he is in New York, performing both within IAJE and at Dizzy’s Club Jazz at the Lincoln Center.
  • in 2015 she was granted the “Artist Visa U.S.A. for Individuals with Extraordinary Ability in the Arts,” which allowed her to settle in New York and give concerts.
  • Creator and producer is the debut album “COMES LOVE,” which was released worldwide to great critical and public acclaim.
  • The next album, “OPTICS,” was released by the American label founded by saxophonist Greg Osby, Inner Circle Music.
  • His latest album, “Catch a Falling Star,” is a collaboration with pianist Pietro Lussu.

Alice Ricciardi collaborates with some of the most esteemed Italian and international musicians and has performed at the most prestigious festivals.

Alice Ricciardi

Alice Ricciardi