Boston-based cellist, teacher, arranger Alex Fowler has appeared frequently on the Boston Symphony Orchestra concert series, What I Hear, performing solo and chamber works by Bermel, Currier, Saariaho, Widmann, and Dzenitis. Alex received New England Conservatory’s John Cage Award for Contemporary Performance and won Entrepreneurial Musicianship’s Spark Award for his work as a musical storyteller through the Community Performances & amp; Partnerships program, curating original programs combining stories and cello repertoire for young audiences around Boston.
Alex has performed in the section of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Emmanuel Music, Boston Chamber Symphony, Phoenix Orchestra, Apollo Chamber Ensemble, Longwood Symphony Orchestra, and the conductor-less string ensemble, Palaver Strings. He also teaches at the Community Music Center of Boston in addition to running his own private studio. Upcoming 2022-23 season appearances include solo cello works by Bruch and Arvo Pärt with the Fermata Chamber Ensemble and performing as principal cellist of the Du Bois Orchestra.