Alex began his musical journey in Valencia, Spain. He graduated from the Micalet Music Institute in 2012 and continued his studies at Velluters Conservatoire where he got his piano performance and composition qualification.
Alex moved to the UK to continue his studies in music at Kingston university. Under the supervision of Michael Round he further developed as a solo pianist and gained experience as an accompanist at Mountview Academy and worked with multiple choirs in the Greater London. In 2016, he was appointed accompanist of the Kingston choir, working alongside the respected conductor Samuel Evans. He is currently studying with Graeme Humphrey to obtain the LTCL in Piano Performance.
As a conductor, Alex was mentored by John Landor and Adrian Brown before taking up the position as the principle conductor for the Kingston University Brass Band. He was the assistant conductor for the Kingston Chamber Orchestra and has been the music director for numerous theatre companies since 2016. He is also a guest conductor at The Middlesex Yeomanry Concert Band.
As a composer, Alex specialises in writing music for film and television, including pieces from a wide range of styles and genres. In addition to composition, Alex has studied arrangement and orchestration under Dr. Tim Ewers.