Alexandra Silber

Alexandra Silber is best known to classical musical audiences for her San Francisco Symphony debut as Maria opposite Cheyenne Jackson in a historic, first-ever concert presentation of West Side Story, conducted by the legendary Michael Tilson Thomas.  This groundbreaking performance was nominated for a Grammy® Award, and Silber performed live on the 57th Grammy® Award broadcast with Cheyenne Jackson, garnering fantastic reviews. Alexandra Silber recently returned to Broadway to play Tzeitel in the 50th Anniversary Tony-nominated revival of Fiddler on the Roof, directed by Bartlett Sher. After her guest appearance at 54 Below for #tbtLive Throwback Thursday The Concert, she was named Breakout Theater Star of 2016!  Most recently, Silber released the world premiere recording of Arlington, the one-woman musical that focuses on a young Army wife trying to keep herself from a nervous breakdown as her husband fights overseas, and received the Critic’s Choice award from Opera News.

“Alexandra Silber: The fastest-rising soprano in musical theatre…the firestarter for getting the Broadway world re-acquainted with its ‘legit sound’ – the same crystal clear, open voice that Leonard Bernstein would have heard in his first ‘Maria’…”

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Bernstein Centennial
Join Alexandra Silber who recently performed as Maria on the 2014 Grammy® nominated album of West Side Story with the San Francisco Symphony, as she celebrates the globally treasured composer, Leonard Bernstein. She is joined by such talent as Cheyenne Jackson, Jessica Vosk, and Tony Yazbeck, from various Bernstein productions in her illustrious career. You will be “Carried Away” by your favorite fits from On the Town, Wonderful TownTrouble in Tahiti1600 Pennsylvania AvenueCandide, and much more!
Alexandra Silber & Friends
Alexandra assembles a Star-studded cast of celebrity co-stars for a concert honoring the magnificent works of Lerner & Loewe. Named one of the breakout theater stars of 2016 by AM New York in “Who is the next Lin-Manuel Miranda”; “She’s great as Tevye’s eldest daughter Tzeitel in the Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof, but the role doesn’t really showcase Silber’s pristine soprano voice. We need to see her take on a vocally sumptuous role in a classic musical like My Fair Lady or Candide.” Your audiences will be captivated by her portrayals of Eliza Dootlittle in My Fair Lady, Fiona in Brigadoon, and Guenevere in Camelot.
Alexandra Silber In Concert
Alexandra takes you on a musical journey through her multi-faceted career encompassing classic hits such as Fiddler on the Roof, Kiss Me Kate, She Loves Me, and West Side Story, plus she will introduce you to new tunes and hidden gems including Victor Lodato and Polly Pen’s Arlington, just released on a commercial recording for the first time! Your audiences will love the intimate and honest performances that have catapulted this lovely, young actress to Broadway, the West End, and Symphony stages nationwide!
Outreach Opportunities
Using her experience from teaching acting as an adjunct professor at Pace University, Alexandra Silber frequently hosts masterclasses across the country where she teaches the art of acting through singing to young aspiring musical theater actors.  In addition to her masterclass offering, Alexandra hosts Q&As about her career with topics including her performances on Broadway, West End, the Grammys, the Tonys, and more, as well as her writing career.  She has recently published a novel entitled, “After Anatevka,” that has been receiving wide press as well as recently was put to music:

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Book Releases!
Alexandra Silber will be releasing two novels next year!  “After Anatevka” picks up where Hodel’s story leaves off at the end of Fiddler on the Roof.  A second book, “White Hot Grief Parade,” Ms. Silber’s memoir about losing her father to cancer when she was 18, will be released next year as well.  Read The New York Times article here!
…simply gorgeous…
 West Side Story – “Alexandra Silber sounds simply gorgeous as Maria. Her performance is thoughtful, naturally phrased, tremulous with emotion, and colored with a natural shimmer that sounds luscious and communicates directly. Silber and Jackson really connect, too; their stretch of dialogue when Maria and Tony meet at the gym is convincing and thoroughly gripping. In “Tonight,” they weave musical-theater magic. Silber eases slowly and tentatively into the beginning, as a young girl might, while Jackson’s more headstrong Tony drives the tempo forward. When they sing in unison, her silken legit soprano and his bright theatrical tenor meet in a sweet spot in the middle, and the deal is sealed. Their transfixing “One Hand, One Heart” is even better: it has historic, ageless weight. The vocals are pure and perfect, and with Tilson Thomas’s supremely controlled pacing, time seems to have stopped.”– Opera News
…musically lustrous performance…
 Arlington – “Sara Jane is flawlessly portrayed by the gifted singer Alexandra Silber. Ms. Pen’s carefully written but unobtrusive music, and Mr. Lodato’s well-sketched portrait of a young woman beginning to question the beliefs she’s been raised with, are certainly nicely integrated; the music and lyrics mirror each other in mood perfectly. Ms. Pen’s music follows the wanderings of Sara Jane’s mind dutifully and with agility. Ms. Silber gives an impressive, confident and musically lustrous performance. Her soprano has a bright, blooming sheen.” – The New York Times 
…remarkable taste, versatility, and sheer depth of musical knowledge…
Crazy Coqs – “ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Just now and again someone special comes along who is forever bookmarked in your Favourites and you never let them go. In a most unusual and eclectic collection of songs, Silber shows remarkable taste, versatility and sheer depth of musical knowledge that makes quite a change from the standard material offered by many cabaret artists today. What an evening to start September. I doubt there will be anything classier any time soon  – Musical Theater Review
…utterly phenomenal…
 Crazy Coqs – “Just seen the utterly phenomenal Alexandra Silber (@alsilbs) open her season at @CrazyCoqs: a glorious musical night. Not only does @alsilbs have the most shimmering, sure theatrical soprano this side of @AudraEqualityMc, she also has an authentic spirit. That makes @alsilbs a real one-of-a-kind original; she’s hilarious, moving & miraculous sounding — often all at once! I’m going again!” – Mark Shenton of The Stage 
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