About Alexandra Falkovski

Alexandra Falkovski, a Ukrainian-born Soprano singer, immigrated to Israel in 2002. Alexandra started her music studies in Russia. As a person that was born to a musical family, she began taking violin lessons at the Murmansk conservatory when she’s only 6 years old.

Her vocal studies started at the age of 16 at Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, under the guidance of Lubov Rogozina. At the age of 19 years old, Alexandra immigrated to Israel as part of the SELA immigration project run by the Israeli Ministry of Economy. While living in Israel, Ms. Falkovski attended to the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel-Aviv University. During that time, Alexandra performed numerous roles, among them, Zweiter Knabe (Die Zauberflöte), First Witch (Dido and Aeneas), Barbarina (La Nozze di Figaro), and Papagena (Die Zauberflöte), Mendelssohn Hymne “Hör mein Bitten”, and Buxtehude’s Cantatas.

During her studies Ms. Falkovski won several scholarships from the American-Israel Cultural Foundation, the International Vocal Arts Institute and the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music.
Ms. Falkovski performed in numerous concerts and recitals. As part of the Abu-Gosh music festival, she performed Bach’s Cantatas, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Schubert’s Mass in G, and Mozart’s Requiem. In addition, Alexandra cooperated with Symphonette Ra’anana in a special concert series for children, and performed Beethoven’s Coral Fantasy with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra.

As part of the International Vocal Arts Institute at Syosset High School, Ms. Falkovski performed Monica (The Medium).

Alexandra Falkovski graduated with a Master’s degree from Brooklyn College City University of New York, where she studied under the guidance of Mrs. Patricia McCaffrey. During her studies in Brooklyn, Alexandra performed in numerous roles, among them, Sour Genovieffa (Suor Angelica), Frasquita (Carmen), Tatiana (Eugene Onegin), and Marfa (The Tsar’s Bride).

Alexandra Falkovski

Voice, Classical

Brooklyn, New York, United States
Grant Recipient