Armeno Alberts was born in 1959 in Deventer, Holland.
He studied piano at the Conservatory at Arnhem and later he studied composition with Walter Hekster and electronic music at the Institute for Sonology at Utrecht.
He has taught at the Cem-Studio Studio (Centre for Electronic Music) since 1980 and participated as festival organiser in the "European Minimal Music Project" and diverse festivals in Europe and Brazil. In 1999 he became artistic director of CEM.
Together with his brother Marcel Alberts he has been working for the last 10 years on the development of installations and sculptures with a combined musical and visual starting point. In there collective work, they try to combine each time again the two so different art forms music and visual art and melt it into something new. Electronics play an important role in these projects. There most known projects are "the Cage" and "The Plagues", both visual concerts with self-made instruments.
At the moment Armeno Alberts is Artistic Director of "IAAP" (International Audio Art Project). This is an archive concerning all kind of information about the interaction between visual art and music. He is also working as program maker / producer), for the department of contemporary music at the VPRO Radio (a Dutch National Radio broadcaster).