Released in February 2014, his highly acclaimed debut solo album “The Houseboat and the Moon” has been described as pure gold , and one of the most beautiful modern classical albums of the past years... . He also produced and arranged J Moon (aka Jessica Eianudi) first solo album “Melt”. In August 2014 he released a “Reworked” version of “The Houseboat and the Moon” featuring remixes of Cassegrain, John Lemke, Franz Kirmann and Saffronkeira.
Albanese’s second full length album entitled “The Blue Hour” saw the light of the day on January 15, 2016 and it has been released by the historical record label BERLIN CLASSICS in their new series of contemporary classical music called “Neue Meister”.
The Blue Hour has been described as One of the most hauntingly beautiful record you’ll ever hear (Drowned in Sound) or A magical record (Clash).
In February 2016 Albanese composed and arranged the piece “Shadowland Suite”, an orchestrated version of the tracks Shadow Land pt.1 and 2. He performed the piece in Berlin together with the Deutches Kammerorchester Berlin. Following the release of “The Blue Hour”, Albanese performed numerous concert across Europe including Womad Festival (UK), Montreux Jazz Festival (CH) and SXSW in Austin, Texas.
Albanese’s third full-lenght album "By The Deep Sea" will be released via Neue Meister on February 23rd, 2018. About his new record Albanese quotes: “By The Deep Sea is a state of mind in which I find myself quite often. It’s a sort of meditation state, when I try to detach myself from the daily life. In this inner world there is space to get closer to our deepest thoughts, ideas, doubts, close enough to see them clearly, from the right distance, and being able to process them, exorcise them, translate them into something else”- The album features 12 original tracks composed, produced and arranged by Albanese and mixed in August 2017 by Francesco Donadello at Vox-Ton Studio in Berlin.
The release of "By The Deep Sea" was followed by a large tour with a number of sold out shows including the notorious Elbphilarmonie in Hamburg.
Federico is currently working on the score of "The Twelve". A documentary that follows twelve masters from around the globe, each carrying an important and long forgotten piece of understanding about our connection to nature and each other.