Alfredo Sorichetti imposes himself on international attention by winning in 2004 the Orchestra Favourite Award at the Fourth International Competition for Conductors Vakhtang Jordania; since then he is invited to conduct in over twenty countries in Europe, America and Asia in some of the most prestigious concert halls such as the Vienna Musikverein Golden Hall, Salzburg Mozarteum Big Hall, Smetana Hall and the Dvořák Hall Rudolfinum in Prague, Munich Herkulessaal, Klagenfurt Konzerthaus, Macerata Opera Festival at the Sferisterio, Liszt Academy of Budapest, Khachaturian Concert Hall of Yerevan, Sala Verdi in Milan, Sala de Conciertos Felipe Villanueva of México City, Daejeon Art Center in South Korea and the Kazakhstan Central Concert Hall of Astana, leading more then fifty orchestras such as the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire in France, Kammerphilharmonie München and Philharmonisches Orchester der Stadt Trier in Germany, MAV Budapest Symphony Orchestra, Savaria Symphony Orchestra and Szolnok Symphony Orchestra in Hungary, Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México, Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, Hradek Králové Philharmonic and Karlovy Vary Symphonu Orchestra in Czech Republic, Daejeon Symphony Orchestra in South Korea and the National Symphony Orchestra of Kazakhstan in Astana.
Among the Italian engagements, since 2015 he is regularly invited to conduct in the symphonic seasons of the Orchestra Sinfonica di Sanremo; he has also conducted the Orchestra Internazionale d’Italia, the Orchestra of the Magna Grecia, the FORM Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana. Since 2018 he is Artistic and Music Director of the Orchestra Sinfonica Puccini performing at the Civitanova all’Opera Season, for the Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini, at the Teatro Pergolesi of Jesi, at the Teatro dell’Aquila of Fermo and at the Teatro Ventidio Basso of Ascoli Piceno; his performances have been broadcast on the Italian national programmes of Rai 3 and Radio3 Suite.
Passionate opera conductor, since 2018 he is Artistic and Music Director of the Civitanova all’Opera Season conducting La traviata and Tosca in 2018, Madama Butterfly and La bohème in 2019, Il barbiere di Siviglia and Cavalleria rusticana in 2022.
In 2021 he has been appointed Guest Conductor of the Varna Opera Theatre to conduct three opera productions by Giuseppe Verdi in the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 seasons. He has already conducted Rigoletto, La traviata, Un ballo in maschera and Ernani; the next productions include Il trovatore, Nabucco and one more performance of La traviata.
For the Macerata Opera Festival at the Sferisterio he conducted Festa per Anita, an opera gala dedicated to the great soprano Anita Cerquetti performed with opera singers such as Sonia Ganassi, Susanna Branchini, Maria Pia Piscitelli and Iano Tamar. He has conducted operas and concerts also with other famous singers including Raina Kabaivanska, Inés Salazar, Walter Fraccaro, Vittorio Vitelli e Riccardo Zanellato.
He has also conducted La bohème and Il barbiere di Siviglia at the Marrucino Theatre in Chieti (Italy), Evgheny Onegin at the Celiabinsk Opera Theatre and La traviata at the Ceboxary Opera Theatre (Russia), La bohème at the D’Annunzio Theatre of Pescara, Il signor Bruschino and Il barbiere di Siviglia and Suor Angelica in various historical theatres of the Marche region and a selection of Die Zauberflöte at the Teatro dell’Aquila of Fermo.
In July 2023 he has conducted L’elisir d’amore at the twentieth edition of the Festival Ópera en la Calle in Tijuana, Mexico receiving a great acclaim.
Maestro Alfredo Sorichetti is very active both in the symphonic and opera field: among his engagements for the 2023-2024 season, stand out the return on the podium of the Vienna Musikverein Golden Hall and nine different opera productions in four opera theatres.
He studied Orchestra conducting under Ilija Music and Myung-Whun Chung at the Chigiana Academy of Siena and under Donato Renzetti at the Pescara Academy. He studied Composition under Cesare Celsi and Piano at the Rossini Conservatory of Pesaro under Giovanni Valentini, and later under Sergio Fiorentino.