Alexander A. was born in Russia in 1975 into a musical family, and started his musical studies at the age of six. He graduated  from the Russian State Music Academy and also has got the postgraduate Diploma.

Since 2000, he has regularly performed as a soloist and conductor with variousorchestras in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kazan (Tatarstan), Ufa (Bashkortostan), Astana (Kazakhstan) and others. Since 2010 to 2012 Alexander has worked in the National Symphony Orchestra (Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russia) as a concertmaster, soloist and a second conductor. His repertoire as a soloist includes concertos of Vivaldi. Mozart, Paganini, Wieniawski, Khachaturian; sonatas by Beethoven & Brahms, works of Sarasate, Rachmaninoff, Kreisler, Tchaikovsky, Gershwin and many other composers.  In his conductor’s repertoire are symphonies, divertissements and orchestral worksof Haydn, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Shostakovich, J. Strauss, Dunaevsky etc.  Alexander was the first performer of works by contemporary composers and composes himself – Suite for Piano “Puppet Theatre”, String Quartet, Fantasy for violin and orchestra based on the themes of Verdi’s “Traviata”, Poem for Flute and piano “Apparition”, Suite “Concert Dances” for symphony orchestra.  In 2009 Alexander was admitted to the Association of Russian Composers. For his achievements in performing arts, he was awarded a grant from the Russian Musical Association, TV prize “Person of the Year”, and Orenburg Governor’s Prize. He has also been the prizewinner of the following International competitions: “Citta di Moncalieri” (1999, Italy); “Hopes, Talents, Masters” (2004, 2007, Bulgaria); “Valtidone Competition” (2005, Italy) and others. He was awarded prizes in various categories: “Solo performance (Violin)”, “Chamber Ensemble”, “Composition”.

In 2011 Alexander has received his PhD.