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Alexandra Aubert (Eng.)

French musician and researcher Alexandra Aubert is an award-winning, versatile artist who combines her passion for chamber music, piano, and voice with her love of contemporary Latin American music. In France, she has served as the piano accompanist for the choral group, Stella Montis and as Artistic Director of Cambalachev ensemble. As a chamber musician, Alexandra has performed in France, Germany, Ireland, Spain, the United States, Argentina, Brazil, and extensively throughout her adopted country of Chile. As a pianist, she performs with the Duo Aubert-Hoefs with American cellist, Lars Hoefs. As singer and pianist, she has joined forces with Canadian guitarist, Scott Hill, and Chilean violist and charango player, Carlos Boltes (Alturas Duo) to form ADAA Trio. Her devotion to contemporary Latin American music has allowed Alexandra to work frequently with leading Chilean composers such as; Fernando García, Rafael Díaz, Andrés Rivera, Sergio Berchenko, Sebastián Vergara, Juan Manuel Quinteros, Felipe Pinto D'Aguiar, as well as Argentine, Esteban D'Antona, Brazilian Igor Coelho A. S. Marques, and the American, Ronald Pearl. She's also a songwriter and composer; some of her own compositions are included in the album Sounding Visions (2019), with music by Allende, Berchenko, and Debussy. An album dedicated to the work by Chilean composer Marcelo Morel was released in 2022: Marcelo Morel (1928-1983): Piano solo y Música de cámara, and a new project about Pedro Humberto Allende music for solo piano will be out next March 2024.


As a vocalist, Alexandra’s versatility has seen her perform as a soprano soloist in choral masterworks such as; Johann Sebastian Bach’s Magnificat; W.A. Mozart’s Requiem, and Missa Solemnis; Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9; and Schubert’s Mass in G minor. She made her operatic debut at age 11 in Bordeaux and has sung in numerous chamber ensembles, also with the famous Chilean rock band, Los Jaivas.

As a piano soloist, Alexandra made her professional debut in France in 1994 and has received prizes in numerous national and international competitions. She has performed extensively throughout Chile, Argentina, Ecuador, Brazil, and México and has participated in festivals such as; Chambre avec Vues and Orphée festivals in France; Tsonami, Darwin Vargas, and Campamento Marqués de Mancera in Chile; the Pianists International Festival in Argentina; and FIAMA in Ecuador. As a concerto soloist, Alexandra has been featured with orchestras such as; Camerata Andrés Bello, Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Juvenil, Orquesta Marga-Marga, Orquesta del Conservatorio PUCV, Orquesta Sinfónica de Antofagasta, Orquesta de Cuerdas de Osorno, and is a regularly invited soloist with the Orquesta Clásica del Maule in Talca, Chile.

In addition to her performing career, Alexandra is also the founder and conductor of the independent chamber choir, Coro EAS. She also teaches at the Escuela de Artes Musicales y Sonoras of the Universidad Austral de Chile, and she's part of the transdisciplinary team Taller Cuerpo Sur. Alexandra began her teaching career in 1996 in France and has since worked for universities in Valparaíso, Santiago, and Valdivia. She has chaired piano and chamber music masterclasses served as a jury member at piano competitions and worked for music camps in México, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.

Born in Bordeaux, France, Alexandra obtained her DEM (Diplôme d’Etudes Musicales) from the National Conservatory of Toulouse and her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Toulouse she studied musicology. She attained her master's degree in music research at the VIU (Valencian International University), Spain, in 2021. Alexandra received her vocal technical training with opera singers and professors; Paulette Simard (Bordeaux), Monique Hauswald (Montauban), and Michelle Zini (Toulouse). Her piano studies have been with pianists; Christine Nègre, Michel Dru, and Hubert Guéry in France. She also has been guided by great artists such as Raquel Boldorini (Uruguay), Edith Fischer (Chile), José Luis Juri (Argentina), and Fernando Lopes (Brazil). 

Alexandra Aubert
Alexandra Aubert 2017
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