From a young age, violinist Alexandra Stocia’s musical family sparked her interest in music and culture.
She joined children’s choir at the age of three and went on to study at the George Enesco Music School.
It was here that was selected to tour with the orchestra to France, Macedonia, Albania, Prague, and Italy
and be part of the Evolution Tempo Orchestra, which had the renowned guitarist Steve Vai as a
Focusing on studying both violin and piano, Alexandra went on to earn her bachelor’s degree from
The Boston Conservatory! At the Boston Conservatory, she expanded her music abilities and violin
techniques through participating in string competitions and masterclasses with famous violinists and
pedagogues, such as Irina Muresanu, Ilya Kaler and Joseph Silverstein. Alexandra continued her
studies at Boston University, earning her master’s degree in Violin Performance, under Prof. Yuri
Some of her most memorable performance experiences include: the Boston Philharmonic Youth
Orchestra under the amazing conductor Benjamin Zander, the concertmaster for The Merchant in
Venice, the Video Game Orchestra, and the New Hampshire Symphony Orchestra. In her spare
time, she enjoys learning new languages, and can speak French, Romanian, Spanish, and Italian.