Chief Executive Officer
As Chief Executive Officer of Philly Music Lab, Alexandra keeps the organization humming along. In addition to cultivating and managing relationships with clients, creative partners, venues and musical talent, Alexandra manages the organization’s financial infrastructure and leads the strategic direction of Philly Music Lab.
A classically trained musician, Alexandra holds a tenured position in the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and received a Master’s degree from the Eastman School of Music in violin performance and music literature. Her private teachers have included Jascha Brodsky, Oleh Krysa, and Sylvia Rosenberg. As a freelancer in her hometown of Philadelphia, Alexandra performs regularly with Opera Philadelphia, the Academy of Vocal Arts Orchestra, and the Philly Pops.
Alexandra’s current focus is in performing, recording and arranging commercial and non-classical repertoire. She is proud to be a SESAC writer/publisher affiliate. In recent years she has toured as principal second violin with famed saxophonist Branford Marsalis, improvised in concert with Elvis Costello, and shared the Carnegie Hall stage with Jill Scott, another Philadelphia native. Alexandra also enjoys performing and recording film scores, and won critical acclaim for her performance with John Williams, in a concert conducted by the composer himself. Her performance to the packed theater included the violin solo from “Schindler’s List”, as well as solos from the films “Far and Away,” and “The Reivers.”