Alexander Mandl enjoys an active and diverse worldwide career as soloist, conductor, educator, chamber and orchestra musician. A versatile artist, Mandl has appeared internationally at renowned halls, including Alice Tully, Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Carnegie Music Hall, Sprague Hall, the Mellon Institute, the Memorial of Latin America, and Sala Manuel de Falla in Granada, Spain.
As a soloist and orchestra musician, Mandl has collaborated with notable conductors such as Eleazar de Carvalho, Gunther Herbig, and Robert Shaw, among others. Most recently, Mandl has appeared as soloist with the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra and the Racine Symphony – where he holds Concertmaster positions – and the Paraiba Symphony Orchestra.
A dedicated and passionate chamber musician, Mandl has collaborated with eminent artists, such as Yo-Yo Ma, Jian Wang, Mathieu Dufour, Aldo Parisot, Frank Morelli, Sidney Harth and Amit Peled. He is a founding member of the Philomusica String Quartet, and the Quintessence Piano Quintet, which performs in the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series, with live broadcasts on WFMT Chicago.
Mandl is the Board President of Milwaukee Musaik/Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra, where he is also Assistant Concertmaster and guest conductor.
Mandl earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and degrees from Carnegie Mellon, and Yale University. Dr. Mandl serves on the violin and conducting faculties at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Carroll University, and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. In addition, he conducts the Elm City ChamberFest Chamber Orchestra, and often serves as guest conductor with the Paraiba Symphony Orchestra, Brazil.