American guitarist Alexandra Wolfe holds a B.M. degree in Music Performance from Appalachian State University, where she studied with Dr. Douglas James, and an M.M. degree from Columbus State University, where she studied with the great pedagogue Dr. Andrew Zohn. She is pursuing her D.M. degree at CU Boulder and is a teaching assistant under the guidance of Nicoló Spera.

Alexandra has participated and performed in René Izquierdo’s Camino Artes Guitar Workshop in Spain. She has also performed solo and in chamber groups throughout the United States. In between her performances, she has spent seven years teaching guitar and piano. While working with Up3, a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia, she helped cultivate her students’ skills and confidence. She also taught and tutored music theory for the past four years. Currently, she is a classical guitar instructor for Boulder Symphony Music Academy.

During her career as a classical guitarist, she has had masterclasses with Matteo Mela and Lorenzo Micheli of Solo Duo, René Izquierdo, Andrew Zohn, Dieter Hennings, Adam Holzman, and Jeffrey McFadden, among others.

She is currently developing her skills in composition and arranging. In her down time, she plays D&D, racquetball, and tennis. She also enjoys reading, hiking, running, and a good cup of coffee.