Alberto Rota began studying singing at the G. Donizetti Music Conservatory in Bergamo and then he continued privately with Maestro Antonio Tagliareni.
In 1993 he won the G. Belli International Competition in Spoleto, he participated in the relative preparation course and then made his debut at the Teatro Nuovo in the role of Zio Bonzo in Madama Butterfly by G. Puccini.
He made his debut: in 1993 in Lucia di Lammermoor by G. Donizetti as Raimondo, in 1994 and 1995 as Ferrando in Il Trovatore by G. Verdi in Teatro Centrale in Bergamo and in Lodi, in 1995 as Monterone in Rigoletto by G. Verdi and again in the same opera in 1996 as Sparafucile at the Teatro di Centallo (CN), in 1995 as Colline in La Bohème by G. Puccini at Teatro Alfa in Turin and at the Teatro Mondovì (CN), in 1997 as Noè in Diluvio Universale by G. Donizetti in Chiavena and Mandello del Lario with the permanent Orchestra of Como.
Alberto Rota has also performed in many lyric and religious concerts including: in 1992 the Stabat Mater by G. Rossini, in 1995 the Mass of the Coronation by Mozart in the Cathedral of Pisa with orchestra, in 1996 the Mass in C minor by Mozart and the Requiem by Mozart with orchestra, in 1996 and 1997 la Petite Messe Solennelle by G. Rossini with the Teatro Regio of Turin conducted by Maestro Casoni and other performances conducted by Maestro Gandolfi in Novara, Turin, Cologno Monzese and in the Theatre in Casale Monferrato.
He made his debut in the most important theatres among which Macerata (Madama Butterfly), Genoa (Attila, Ernani, Puritani), Savona (Norma, Barbiere di Siviglia), Trieste (Stiffelio). Following the great success he received in the role of Banquo in Macbeth in the Emilia Romagna region, his future engagements include Aida in Athens, directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi, Capuleti e Montecchi at the Ravenna Festival, Aida in Macerata directed by Hugo de Ana, I Due Foscari at Teatro dell'Opera in Rome directed by Bruno Bartoletti, Rigoletto at the Teatro Chiabrera in Savona, Il Trovatore at the Teatro Verdi in Trieste, La Bohème for the debut of the New National Theatre in Tokyo.