Concert pianist Alexandria Le is praised as “…a warm, animated, outgoing, confident, hypertalented pianist whose greatest asset is her ability to communicate” (Boston Musical Intelligencer). Her multifaceted career brings her dynamic presence to the world’s most illustrious concert stages, like NYC’s Carnegie Hall and Paris’ Salle Cortot, to the farthest-reaching places, like the jails of Rikers Island and the Las Vegas Rescue Mission.

A Las Vegas native, she quickly garnered sixteen first-prize awards, performed live on Nevada Public Radio, and performed with every Las Vegas regional orchestra—all before graduating high school from the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts. From there she polished off degrees from the Eastman School of Music and SUNY Stony Brook, where she received her Doctorate of Musical Arts in piano performance.

Following her solo debut in Carnegie Hall as a 2011 prizewinner of the Pro Musicis International Award, she won a coveted position with Ensemble Connect, the prestigious fellowship program overseen by Carnegie Hall, the Juilliard School, and the NYC Department of Education. In addition to performing regularly at Carnegie Hall and Juilliard, she performed over 60 outreach concerts across NYC in the span of two years.

As a versatile and passionate chamber musician, she has performed with principal players of the world’s leading orchestras and ensembles and is a winner of the Ackerman Chamber Music Competition. Most recently, she appears on streamable albums released through Centaur Records with flutist Suzanne Snizek, focusing on repertoire written by composers suppressed by fascist regimes. Their latest album will be used for several Canadian-produced documentaries highlighting human injustices.

After establishing a career over fifteen years in New York, she returned to her roots in Las Vegas to make a difference. In 2015, she founded and produced the Las Vegas Wine & Music Festival which paired wine to classical music outside the concert hall, connecting world-class artists to new classical music goers over a three-day chamber music festival. She also founded and directed the Las Vegas Academy Piano Institute from 2014-2017, an annual three-day program designed for the 80+ high school piano majors at the Grammy-winning arts magnet school. In 2016, she founded and launched Notes with a Purpose, an award-winning nonprofit that has engaged over 12,000 children and 4,000 adults across 57 schools and 8 community venues in under four years. She has played an impactful and strategic role while sitting on the Board of Directors for Opera Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Music Teachers Association. Currently, she oversees several projects including Re-Classified, a ground-breaking series that merges state-of-the-art visual design with popular culture and classical music.

Dr. Le is a Yamaha Artist. Find her at and @alexandrialepiano on social media.