Noted by critics as one of the leading young talents of the Spanish national scene, the pianist Alejandro Algarra studied in his hometown, Granada. He concluded his studies with the piano professor Antonio Sánchez Lucena. He expanded his training with great pianists like Josep Colom, Albert Attenelle, David Kuyken, Sergei Yerokhin, William Fong, Ramon Coll or Frank Wibaut, among others. He obtained the titles of University Expert and Master in Instrumental Interpretation Piano specialty - by the International University of Andalusia, having studied with teachers as important as Christopher Elton, Joaquín Achúcarro, Domenico Codispoti, Bruno Canino, Dimitri Alexeev and Pascal Rogé.
His increasing concert activity has led him to perform in a large number of concert halls both alone and accompanied by several orchestras, always with great critical success. He is a regular guest of relevant piano festivals, of which we can highlight the "Rafael Orozco" International Piano Festival of Córdoba, the "Conciertos de la Pedrera" in Barcelona, the "Gustavo Díaz Jerez" Festival in Tenerife, the Spring Festival of La Maestranza in Seville, the cycle "Grandes Intérpretes" in Torrelodones (Madrid), or the Festival "Noches en los Jardines de Falla" in Granada. He has also been invited to play recitals in both the national and international piano competition scene.
He has been given awards in a large number of competitions, among which we can mention the "Ciudad de Albacete" Piano Competition, the International Piano Competition "Ria de Vigo", the "Amparo Fandos" Prize in Torrent, the International Piano Competition "Frechilla-Zuloaga", the Barcelona Piano Academy, or the International Piano Competition of Ibiza.