Welcome our new Artistic Director!
Alexander Alberti (Alex, he/him) currently holds the position of Director of Instrumental Music at Longleaf School of the Arts (LSA) in Raleigh, NC. At LSA, Alberti teaches a wide variety of courses, including concert band, wind ensemble, orchestra, contemporary a cappella, AP Music Theory, music history, AP Psychology, and the Psychology and Philosophy of Music. In addition to teaching music at Longleaf, he also works with the Middle Creek High School marching band in Apex, North Carolina, teaching front ensemble and percussion.
In the past, Alberti has served as the pit orchestra conductor for productions with Company Carolina and the Pauper Players at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Alberti formerly taught at Southern Lee High School in Sanford, where he taught music theory, band, orchestra, and chorus.
Alberti is currently enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, pursuing a Master’s degree in Music Education with a post-baccalaureate certificate in Nonprofit Management. He is an alumnus of Appalachian State University, where he holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and a minor in Psychology. Alberti is an active researcher in the field of music, with interests ranging from theory pedagogy, a cappella, music psychology, and music education. Alberti has presented his findings with NAfME, the College Music Society, and the National Conference of Undergraduate Research.
In his spare time, Alberti composes both choral and instrumental works, judges for the International Competition for Collegiate A Cappella, and participates in the semi-professional a cappella group, Triadic Vocals.
Email Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org