Alexandra Preucil was born in Atlanta, Georgia and began the violin at the age of three. She is a member of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and currently resides in Vienna, Austria. Formerly the Assistant Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra, Alexandra now leads and collaborates with ensembles around the world. Recent appearances have included performances with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Haydn Philharmonie, and as guest concertmaster with the Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra and Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.
Festival appearances include the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Sun Valley Music Festival, Britt Festival Orchestra, Mainly Mozart, Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival, Festival de Febrero, and Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival.
Dedicated to music education and community engagement, Alexandra has created a performed programs for all ages. In addition to teaching and giving masterclasses, she was named Director of the Britt Festival Fellowship Program and serves as music advisor of the Cleveland Ballet.
Alexandra graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music with a bachelor's degree in music performance and a minor in dance. While in school, she held the position of Assistant Concertmaster with both the Akron and Canton Symphony Orchestras and was a member of the award-winning Svanito Quartet.
Alexandra plays on a 1744 Sanctus Serafin violin.