Alexander Bonner is a tenor from Boca Raton, FL who began teaching in 2018. He has been studying music since 5 years old. He received his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Boston Conservatory and his Master of Music in Opera Performance from Binghamton University. He has performed in productions of Stravinsky’s “The Rakes Progress” and Verdi’s “La Traviata” at The Boston Conservatory. While studying in Binghamton he has sung Monkey in Binghamton University’s production of “Monkey and Francine in the City of Tigers” as well as Tamino in Mozart’s “The Magic Flute,” La rainette, Le Petit Villard and La Théière in Ravel’s “Lenfant et les Sortilèges” and Nerone in “Lincoronazione di Poppea” He has been a part of Tri-Cities Opera’s productions of “La Cenerentola”, “Stone Soup” “Mystery on the Docks” and “Le Nozze di Figaro.”
He has taught both privately and at the collegiate level. He is incredibly passionate about helping his students grow not just as musicians, but as people who create music. He aims to work with every individual to help them find the most free and beautiful way that they can express and share the gift of music-making.