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Alexandra Maria Vollero

Alexandra Maria Vollero

  • She/Her
  • Biography

    Alexandra Maria Vollero is a composer, lyricist, arranger, and multi-instrumental performer.

    She also enjoys work as a bookwriter, orchestrator, copyist, and music journalist, and is seeking to grow as a music assistant, composer's assistant, and music technologist. Her musical studies are concentrated in a combination of music theater development, vocal performance, and jazz studies. She has trained as a vocalist in classical and jazz traditions, including improvisation and pedagogy, and a violist as a soloist, chamber musician, ensemble player, and gig performer.

    Lexi’s art is grounded in accessibility, and she seeks to bring new audiences into theaters through collaborative projects that explore fresh genres and narratives. Her advocacy for equity extends into her work with Maestra (as blog-runner, -writer, and programming committee member), She Knows Tech, and more.

    In addition to her theatrical work, Lexi writes, arranges, and performs her own musical blend of soul-pop and jazz for her artist project. She hopes to bring her skills to a variety of commercial projects across the music industry.

    She has worked as a journalist/digital content strategist across a variety of sources, including Entertainment Weekly, Snap Inc., Bipty, and BerkleeNYC. You can find her workshop on SEO Writing in the Maestra VTW on-demand library.

    She graduated with BerkleeNYC’s inaugural class in July 2022 with a M.A. in Creative Media and Technology: Writing and Design for Musical Theater. Additionally, she earned a B.S. in Journalism, a B.A. in Music (titled "Jazz and Music Theatre Development Studies"), and a minor in Spanish from Northwestern University in June 2020.

    She is currently co-writing, -arranging, and -orchestrating a new musical “A Great Day in Harlem '' with Dionne Hendricks, as well as recording her debut album “Medicine”. She is open to connecting and collaborating on a variety of new work!

    Professional Experience

    • Education


    • NYC/Tri-State Area
    • LA/Southern California

    Interested in touring?

    • Yes

    Maestra Expertise

    • Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
    • Theatrical Lyricist
    • Theatrical Bookwriter
    • Vocal Director and/or Choral Prep
    • Music Assistant
    • Songwriter
    • Singer/Songwriter
    • Orchestrator
    • Vocal Arranger
    • Incidental Music Composer/Arranger
    • Instrumentalist/Pit Musician
    • Music Copyist
    • Music Transcriber
    • Voice Teacher (Private Studio)

    Primary Instruments

    • Mandolin
    • Piano
    • Ukulele
    • Viola
    • Violin
    • Voice


    • Ableton
    • Finale
    • GarageBand
    • Logic
    • MainStage


    • ASMAC
    • BMI