Alexander Davis is a bassoonist based in the New York City area. An active freelancer, he has worked and performed with orchestras such as Western New York Chamber Orchestra, Western New York Opera, Bach and Beyond Festival, Orpheus through their newly founded Fellowship Program and recent recipient of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Fellowship.
Having a strong background in chamber music, Alexander has performed with many influential chamber artists of today such as Carol Wincenc, Frank Morelli, Stephan Taylor, William Purvis, Artis Quartet, Boris Berman, Windscape, and the Imani Winds. Alexander has participated in summer festivals including and not limited to Banff Music Festival, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, American Wind Symphony Orchestra, and Imani Winds Chamber Music Institute.
Alexander holds a Bachelor’s in Music Education and Performance from SUNY Fredonia, a Master’s in Performance at Stony Brook University under the Turner Fellowship, and is currently enrolled in Manhattan School of Music’s Orchestral Program. Alexander has studied with renowned bassoonists Abraham Weiss, Laura Koepke, and currently under the guidance of Frank Morelli.
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CityMusic Cleveland strives for more as it approaches its 15th season Story and photography by Michael C. Butz On a sweltering and stormy evening in mid-May, the Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus presented a special Saturday night service, of sorts. It was a program that typically takes place only four times a year at the […]
With generous support from the Cleveland Foundation, CityMusic Cleveland has embarked on a mission to enhance our digital footprint to more fully engage with our local communities, especially younger audiences. Our social media consultant has documented the strategy so far as a resource for other non-profits who may struggle to find the resources to devote to digital media. (link to social media resource page)