“It was the apotheosis of the evening at the Athenaeum. Alexandra Segal performed an extremely demanding concert with the vision of a great soloist. Her spontaneity is captivating. From delicate sonorities in pianissimo to accumulations of volcanic magma, she knows how to clarify or cloud the musical narrative, moving from one state of mind to another like a flake instantly melts on human skin.” - LiterNet
“Alexandra Segal’s dazzling performance left us in little doubt as to the eventual winner. Hers was an extraordinarily virtuosic, buoyant rendition, impressing with both its intelligence and power, showing her to be flawlessly in command not only of her instrument but of her relationship with the orchestra.” - Bachtrack
First prize winner of the world-renowned George Enescu International Piano Competition and laureate of numerous international competitions, Israeli-Ukrainian pianist Alexandra Segal enjoys an active career, giving concerts in the USA, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Israel, Romania, Austria, Poland, Croatia, Ukraine and more. She appeared at several notable venues such as the Romanian Athenaeum, Kyiv Philharmonic, Tel Aviv Museum of Arts, and was broadcasted live in the national television and radio channels of Romania (TVR), Israel (Kan Kol HaMusica) and Ukraine (NSTU).
Alexandra has performed with the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Haifa Symphony Orchestra, Kiev Chamber Orchestra, Donetsk Philharmonic Orchestra, Pitesti Philharmonic Orchestra, Raanana Symphonette Orchestra and the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Avi Ostrowsky, Yoav Talmi, Kensho Watanabe and Vag Papian.
Alexandra was born in Kyiv, Ukraine in 1995. She started her piano studies with prof. Natalie Tolpygo. She obtained her Bachelor degree at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music with prof. Tomer Lev and her Master degree at the University of Music Franz Liszt in Weimar, Germany with prof. Balazs Szokolay. She is currently finishing her studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz with prof. Milana Chernyavska.