Alexander has performed live in over 50 concerts worldwide, leading orchestras such as the London Philharmonic, Hallé Orchestra, BBC Singers, Manchester Chamber Orchestra and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra at venues including the St. Paul's Cathedral, BBC Maida Vale Studios and Stoller Hall.

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Alexander rehearses with the Royal Northern College of Music's Orchestra in the World Premiere of 'Moving Parts', commissioned by the College.

He has collaborated, recorded and performed his music with artists and has over 50 concert music commissions to his name from organizations including the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Hallé Orchestra, Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Singers, and the CHROMA ensemble. He was awarded First Prize in the 2015 BBC Radio 3 and Choir & Organ Magazine for his compositions in choral music with a unanimous vote from the Jury.


Alexander records with the BBC Singers in the World Premiere of 'The Dirge of December', commissioned by BBC Radio 3 and Choir & Organ Magazine. The public recording was overseen by Judith Weir CBE, Master of the HRH Queen's Music.

Alexander was awarded the Master of Music degree in composition from the Royal Academy of Music. Alexander was the recipient of the Leverhulme Scholar Fund and funding from ominous donors towards his education.


Alexander records his piece' Dancing Between the Raindrops' in partnership with the 
Northern Film Orchestra at the famous Stoller Hall.

Alexander continues to support young musicians and works to make music accessible for all in education. In 2020, he recorded his piece 'Dancing Between the Raindrops' for chamber orchestra. This was recorded with friends and collaborators at the Northern Film Orchestra, a session orchestra based in Manchester, UK. Recent concert commissions include major orchestral works for the Budapest Symphony Orchestra and a chamber suite commissioned by the Leverhulme Trust. 

Alexander's piece 'Dancing Between the Raindrops' recorded in partnership with the 
Northern Film Orchestra at the famous Stoller Hall.

In 2019, the Sunday for Sammy Charity commissioned a film score from Alexander, which started award-winning actor Tim Healy (Auf Wiedersehen, Pet & Still Open All Hours), celebrating the Northeast of England. He worked alongside Newcastle based poet Scott Tyrrell to produce the score.


Alexander's performance of his piece 'Round Here, commissioned by the Sunday for Sammy Charity and performed at the Newcastle Radio Area (Utility Arena).

The performance was in February 2020 and was premiered at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena to an audience of 12,000. All proceeds of the concerts went towards support local artists, actors and musicians in the early stages of their career.

Television coverage on BBC One broadcast of the piece 'Round Here'.

He has also collaborated with the music label Gifts from Crows in 2021, orchestrating many successful electronic tracks to translate towards live performance and partnered with the Northern Film Orchestra. This project was a fantastic opportunity to arrange the already musical material, translate the existing synthesizer sounds and re-imagine them to be played by orchestral instruments. 

Alexander at the recording session for client Gifts from Crow, recording their piece 'Remembering Who and What We Are', which Alexander orchestrated for their first album.