Alexander is a dedicated music instructor currently teaching violin and viola at St Leonard's College. He has previously held teaching positions at several of Melbourne’s top schools, including Ivanhoe Grammar, Mount Waverley Secondary College (where he held the position of Head of Strings for 10 years), MacRobertson Girls’ School, Firbank Grammar, and Tintern Grammar. Additionally, he has provided tutoring for various music programs, including the Melbourne Youth Orchestra, Victorian State School Spectacular, and the Monash University Academy Orchestra.
Alexander specialises in equipping students of all levels with a strong technical foundation and musicianship skills. He has experience in preparing students for AMEB examinations (Violin/Viola), VCE Units 1-4, International Baccalaureate assessments (IB), music scholarships/university auditions, and eisteddfods. Alexander is a firm believer that with the right support, every student can develop their musical abilities and is committed to teaching students how to read music effectively from the start.
Alexander's academic qualifications include a Masters of Arts (Music Performance), an Honors Degree in Advanced Musical Performance Studies, and a Bachelor of Music Performance. During his undergraduate studies, he received a scholarship to study and perform in South America, and partook in an intensive chamber music study program in Florence, Italy.
Throughout his performance career, he has had the opportunity to perform alongside notable artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Delta Goodrem, Natalie Imbruglia, Serbian virtuoso Nemanja Radulović, and collaborate with Paul Dyer, the artistic director of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. Alexander has performed throughout Australia, Europe, Asia, and South America. Alexander continues to actively perform with the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic.
Alexander teaches from his dedicated home studio in Richmond. For any inquiries or to schedule a conversation, please do not hesitate to reach out via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).