Alexandria Le

Founding Artistic Director

Lauded as a “passionate and involved player” (New York Concert Review) who “demonstrates grace and power” (The Boston Musical Intelligencer), Alexandria Le began her music career in the Las Vegas Valley, where she won 16 of Nevada’s top music awards and performed as a featured soloist with Las Vegas’ orchestras - all before graduating high school.

Her pursuit of three degrees in piano performance took her to New York, in which time she won the prestigious Pro Musicis International Award in 2011, the 2012 Emerson String Quartet’s Ackerman Chamber Music Competition, and a position with Carnegie Hall’s resident chamber group, Ensemble ACJW. She currently maintains an active concert schedule at Carnegie Hall, Trinity Wall Street, Spectrum NYC, and SubCulture New York.

Given her passion for performing and the love for her hometown, she would like to share her craft and contribute to the cultural growth of Las Vegas.

In March 2015, she became a Yamaha Artist. 

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Alexandria Le, pianist (Photo: Laura Vanags)

Alexandria Le, pianist (Photo: Laura Vanags)