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Alexandria Le

Acclaimed for her “grace and power” (The Boston Musical Intelligencer) and as a “passionate and involved player…who is so adept at painting tonal pictures” (New York Concert Review), American pianist Alexandria Le enjoys a multi-faceted career as soloist, chamber musician and teaching artist. The scope of her work brings her regularly to traditional and non-traditional venues in New York City, from the stages of Carnegie Hall and Le Poisson Rouge to Riker’s Island and public schools. Most recently a winner of the 2011 Pro Musicis International Award and the 2011 Emerson String Quartet’s Ackerman Chamber Music Competition, Ms. Le enjoys an active solo performance career. Last season’s debuts in Pickman Hall in Cambridge, MA and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall in NYC were met with glowing reviews, with The Boston Musical Intelligencer summarizing her as “a warm, animated, outgoing, confident, hypertalented young pianist whose greatest asset is her incomparable power to communicate.”

An avid chamber musician, she is a member of Ensemble ACJW (the 20-member collective run by Carnegie Hall, the Juilliard School, and the Weill Institute, partnered with the New York Department of Education). In addition to the ensemble, Ms. Le has enjoyed performing an extensive range of work with members of the world’s leading ensembles and acclaimed instrumental soloists. Last season’s collaborative highlights included performances with Frank Morelli, Pedro Diaz, Michael Powell, Kevin Cobb, and Oystein Baadsvik.

Following her mother’s passion for teaching and valuing her role as a music advocate, she has served as a music outreach clinician in inner-city schools and special-needs programs through non-profit organizations throughout New York, Nevada, and Massachusetts. Currently, her community outreach work is in partnership with the Pro Musicis International Award and as a Fellow of Ensemble ACJW. She has served as guest faculty at the Longy School of Music, an undergraduate chamber music coach at S.U.N.Y. Stony Brook, and a guest-lecturer at the Las Vegas Academy of International Studies, Performing and Visual Arts. She also maintains a private piano studio in Long Island.

Ms. Le was accepted under full scholarship into the graduate music program at S.U.N.Y. Stony Brook where she earned a Master’s degree and is currently completing her Doctorate of Musical Arts degree. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music. Her teachers and mentors have included Christina Dahl, Gilbert Kalish, and Douglas Humpherys, Roger Bushell, and her mother, Michelle Le. Prior to college studies, she traveled to her piano lessons by plane from her hometown of Las Vegas to the Bay Area of California to study with Ms. Erna Gulabyan, preparatory piano professor at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. For more information, please visit the artist’s website at

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