Pianist, Synthesist, Composer & producer. Music Maker. Plays 4 Dance. Coffee lover. Loves Music & Technology.
NEIL ALEXANDER is a world renowned Pianist, Synthesist, Keyboardist & Composer who works with music in all forms and styles (including jazz, rock, funk, blues, electronica, ambient and contemporary classical). He is active in Production, Live Sound engineering, Theater, Modern Dance and Film. In 2015 Neil was awarded Individual Artist Of The Year by the Orange County Arts Council.
Currently Neil is in several performing ensembles including "NAIL", “Mr. GONE“ and the Thunderhead Organ Trio. His most recent release is “Soft Invaders“, a set of synth driven ambient electronic pieces recorded during a live on-air performance on WPRB radio. In October of 2016 Neil presented the “X Ensemble”, an 11 piece acoustic/electric Jazz group in a concert of contemporary chamber works at the Ritz Theater in Newburgh NY. He is currently the musical director and keyboardist for Decora, a Hudson Valley Hip Hop artist.
As an active musician he has a recording and/or a performance history with a wide variety of groups and artists He composed extensively for Modern Dance, working with many NYC Choreographers. Other projects include acoustic trio, Solo performances (both acoustic and electronic). Neil also teaches Master Classes in Electronic Music Production, and is endorsed by Moog Music.
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I am a former trumpet player and still sing a bit--lifelong interest in music. Was brought to realize the amazing skills of NA by Michael torsone (B3) and John Scanlon, Keyboardist and former core/ operator of "the Poughkeepsie Jazz Project". Having seen Neil Alexander perform at the Colony Cafe, Woodstock, I can attest to his profound technical prowess in the keyboard and electronic music realm. Also, he seems to possess a depth of familiarity with the jazz world from which he draws and synthesizes (no pun intended) his artful product. Henry Matheus, Poughkeepsie, NY