Alberto Guidobaldi was born in 1967 in Italy, but has resided in Puerto Rico since 1993.
His musical studies began in the "Scuola di Musica Arturo Toscanini" in Savona, Italy,
where he studied piano and accordion.
In June 2006, he graduated “Summa cum Laude” at the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico
(CMPR) completing a Degree in Music with an emphasis in composition under the guidance of
Professors Armando Ramirez, Alfonso Fuentes, Sonia Morales and the late professor Roberto
Guidobaldi is an active performer and composer. His classical compositions include many
choral and chamber music works, an opera buffa premiered in 2006, and a symphonic poem
premiered in 2005 by the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra. His compositions have been
directed by renown conductors such as Joseph Flummerfelt, Sergei Pavlov, Clyde Mitchell
and Roselin Pabon.
He was the winner of the 2005 Fanfare for Brass and Percussion Composition Competition of
the CMPR and the 2012 National Flute Association Flute Choir Composition Competition.
He has been a faculty member of the CMPR since 2010, teaching music theory, sight
singing and Italian.