Alexander Sitkovetsky was born in Moscow into a family with an established musical tradition, made his concerto debut at the age of eight and the same year came to study at the Menuhin School. Lord Menuhin was his inspiration throughout his school years and they performed together on several occasions including the Bach Double Concerto, Bartok Duos at St James’ Palace, and when Alexander played the Mendelssohn concerto under Menuhin’s baton. He has gone on to perform with the Netherlands Philharmonic, the Philharmonia, Royal Philharmonic, English Chamber Orchestra, Academy of St. Martin’s in the Fields, and the BBC Concert Orchestra among many others.
He has shared the stage with Julia Fischer, Janine Jansen, Misha Maisky, Polina Leschenko, Julian Rachlin and many others. Alexander has recorded for Angel/EMI, Decca and Orfeo including the Bach Double Concerto with Julia Fischer. Plans last season included orchestral invitations in England, Holland, Spain, Russia and Germany as well as recital and festival appearances in Norway, Japan, Romania, England, France, Holland and the USA.
Together with Wu Qian and the cellist Leonard Elschenbroich, Alexander performs in the Sitkovetsky Piano Trio, regularly giving performances in England at the Wigmore Hall and all around the country and across Europe in Halls such as the Amsterdam's Concertgebouw and the Frankfurt Alte Oper.