Alessandro Scandroglio was born on 27th April 1979 in Castellanza, Italy. From 1987 to 2000 he studied the violin, starting at the secondary school "Luigi Majno" in a class with a musical curriculum taught by professor Simona Gilardi, and then at the "Istituto Musicale Pareggiato G.Puccini" in Gallarate, studying with the M° Ruggero Marchesi. In the last years of the conservatory he started playing the viola, as well as the violin, as his main instrument. Meanwhile, he obtained his diploma at the School of Arts in Varese where he first became interested in wood carving.
From 1997 to 2000 he studied violin making at the "Scuola Internazionale di Liuteria" in Parma with the M° Renato Scrollavezza and M° Marco Imer Piccinotti for the varnishing.
In 2000, after obtaining the diploma, he became an indipendent violin maker and opened his own laboratory in Casorate Sempione. The same year he also started his apprenticeship, that later was to become an active collaboration, with professor Piccinotti, who provided an important contribution to his training.
Under professor Piccinotti's guidance and aided by his own musical background, Alessandro Scandroglio started to search for a personal style and an ideal sound. Thanks to the refined building technique he has learnt, he is now able to reach the desired sonorous result and also exalt the acoustic qualities of the wood he uses.
His instruments are appreciated by musicians all over the world both and soloists from important Italian orchestras.
In 2005 he started collaborating with some world famous musicians as a sound engineer, realizing CDs released under Brilliant Classics and other labels which have received excellent critical acclaim and great reviews by most important musical magazines.
2006 - third prize with a violin at the international competition of Poznan, Poland
2006 - prize for the youngest laureate of the international competition of Poznan, Poland
2006 - special prize for the youngest partecipants of the international competition of Poznan, Poland