Alexander Elliott debuts a multitude of roles in the 2016/17 season at theaters across the United States. He begins his season in October in his debut with The Knights as the soloist for Master Peter's Puppet Show. He returns to Tulsa Opera in December for an exclusive concert with acclaimed soprano Leona Mitchell singing operatic and holiday duets. He debuts with the Greater Bridgeport Symphony under Music Director Eric Jacobsen for Marcello in La boheme in December, and in May reprises the role with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra under Music Director Ward Stare. He makes his house and role debuts in February singing Gulgielmo in Cosi fan tutte with Opera Omaha, and debuts the role of Edward Kynaston in Florida State Opera's production of Prince of Players in March, followed by his first collaboration with The Dallas Opera covering the role of Doug Hansen in Joby Talbot's Everest under Music Director Emmanuel Villaume.
Alexander's 2015-16 season began with his role debut as Marcello in Puccini's La boheme for his return to Tulsa Opera. Elliott made his house and role debut as John Brooke in Little Women with the Madison Opera in January 2016, followed by his debut as Papageno in Die Zauberflöte with the Orlando Philharmonic in April. He returned to the Portland Opera for their inaugural 2016 festival season making two role debuts: as Anthony in Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, and as the title role in Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin. Alexander appeared in concert with Opera Louisiane for a special Valentine's Day concert in February, followed by his debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony as Pilatus in Bach's St. John Passion under Music Director Manfred Honeck.
Additional performances as a young artist with Portland Opera include Belcore in L'elisir d'amore, Le Dancaïre in Carmen, Frank in Die Fledermaus, and Sam in Pirates of Penzance. Other young artist programs include with Central City for performances of Il barbiere di Siviglia as Figaro and as Frank in Rorem’s Our Town; Des Moines Metro Opera covering the title role and singing the part of the Captain in Eugene Onegin as well as singing Périchaud in La Ronidne; and San Francisco Opera's Merola program covering the title role of Don Giovanni.
Alexander made his role debut as Il conte Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro with Tulsa Opera in 2013, where he sang the Corporal in La fille du régiment and the Postman in Loesser’s Most Happy Fella as a 2012/13 studio artist.
An active concert performer, Alexander performed with the Florence Symphony as the bass soloist in Mozart’s Requiem in 2013 and with the Pensacola Symphony singing Handel’s Messiah in 2009. He also performed Vaughan Williams' Hodie with the Tulsa Oratoria Society in 2012, and Five Mystical Songs with the Albany Chorale in 2009. In 2013 Alexander received the John Moriarty Award for his outstanding contribution to Central City Opera.
Alexander received his training at Florida State University where he studied with David Okerlund.