"Brilliant technique and a touch full of character and individuality."
"Aleyson proves to be an exceptional performer with his refined musical sensitivity and versatility, as well as standing out for his brilliant mastery of the instrument and the vigor of his communication with the audience."
"Aleyson is undoubtedly one of the most brilliant pianists of his generation."
A prominent presence in the Brazilian music scene, pianist Aleyson Scopel regularly performs as a soloist with the country's leading orchestras, including OSESP, Minas Gerais Philharmonic, Brazilian Symphony Orchestra (OSB), Porto Alegre Symphony and Amazonas Philharmonic.
His previous performances have taken place in important venues in both Brazil and abroad, such as Carnegie (Weill) Hall (New York), Jordan Hall (Boston), Steinway Hall (London), Palau de la Música Catalana (Barcelona), Athens Conservatory (Greece), São Paulo, Minas Gerais, and Cecília Meireles Concert Halls, Teatro Amazonas, and the Municipal Theaters of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
Recipient of the Nelson Freire and Magda Tagliaferro awards, he has been honored in various international competitions, including the William Kapell and Villa-Lobos, among others.
He recorded, on the Grand Piano label by Naxos, the complete "Cartas Celestes" by Brazilian composer Almeida Prado in four albums, with the last one being chosen as CD of the year by the Concerto Magazine jury. In 2022, he released his latest recording project, this time dedicated to the complete collection of his Nocturnes.
Aleyson Scopel graduated with the highest distinction from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. In Brazil, he was mentored by Celia Ottoni and Myrian Dauelsberg.