Alexander is the Assistant Professor of Trumpet at Georgia State University since 2018.
Being a founding member of the renowned brass quintet M5 MEXICAN BRASS since 2005 he has performed hundreds of concerts at International Festivals and venues in 5 continents, for example the Kennedy Center, the Banff Summer Music Festival, the Cartagena International Music Festival in Colombia. As an orchestral musician he has performed all over Europe, Brazil and Mexico. Performances as a soloist lead him to Mexico, the U.S., Canada, Peru, Korea, Italy, Germany, and France.
Born in Germany, Alexander took his first music classes with Bettina Fabiunke and Rainer Auerbach (Berlin State Opera). He has a Master Degree from the University of Arts in Berlin where he studied with Robert Platt and Konradin Groth (Berlin Philharmonic). He studied a post degree with Peter Leiner (Radio Orchestra Saarbrücken) at the University Saar in Saarbrücken and a Doctoral Degree at McGill University in Montreal with Richard Stoelzel. Alex participated in master classes with with Jens Lindemann, Fred Mills, Hannes Läubin, James Thompson, Ryan Anthony and others.
He was Co-Principal Trumpet at the Opera Bremen, soloist at Deutsches Theater Berlin and has been invited to play with the Berlin State Opera, the WDR Radio Symphony Orchestra Cologne, the NDR Radio Symphony Orchestra Hannover, and Tenerife Symphony Orchestra in Spain. He performed under conductors Daniel Barenboim, Semyon Bychkov, Giuseppe Sinopoli, etc..
From 2003 until 2018 he lived in México where he was principal trumpet of the Symphony Orchestras of Michoacán and Nuevo Leon and Professor at the Conservatorio de las Rosas in Morelia.