Roberto Brisotto graduated in Piano, Organ performing and Organ Composition at the Pollini Conservatory of Padova. He gained his bachelor’s degree in Choral Composition and Choir Conducting at the Tartini Conservatory in Trieste. He has performed in many concerts as conductor, pianist and organist, and has also appeared on CDs, television and the radio. He has competed in and won awards in many national and international competitions, primarily as composer and choir conductor. He’s written both vocal and instrumental choir music, which appears on CDs and DVDs, as well as on the radio (Rai Tre, Rai FVG, Radio Rai International) and on television, having been broadcast in Italy and abroad (USA, Thailand, South Africa, Argentina, Switzerland, Germany, France, Portugal, Poland, Spain, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Ireland, England, Holland, Finland and Austria). Since 1st February 2017 he has been Conductor for the Polyphonic Choir Cappella Civica in Trieste, a historic institution founded in 1538, where he previously held the role of organist and director "pro tempore". He also conducts the vocal ensemble In Contrà in the town of Fontanafredda, in north-eastern Italy. He has been invited on a number of occasions to judge national and international competitions.