City: Miami/South Florida
About Alexander Ramazanov
Born in Russia, Alexander Ramazanov has studied music performance in the studio of Craig Morris at the University of Miami. Mr. Ramazanov recently graduated from the Juilliard School where he received his Master of Music degree under the tutelage of Christopher Martin. Currently Alexander actively performs with the various orchestras of South Florida area. Alexander is a principal trumpet player of South Florida Symphony Orchestra and a substitute player with the Palm Beach Symphony and Florida Grand Opera.
Alexander has an extensive music teaching background. Throughout the years, he has taught Trumpet, Tuba, French horn and Piano to students of all ages. Alexander recently conducted a master class as a part of the Guatemalan Music Festival where received an accolade from the Guatemalan Ministry of Culture.
Alexander received his Bachelor Degree at the Lynn University where he studied with the professor Marc Reese. Alexander was a semi finalist for National Trumpet Competition in 2018 and 2019 and a second-prize winner of the 2020 Roger Voisin Memorial Trumpet Competition.
Besides teaching music Alexander enjoys, Playing chess, Jiu jitsu and hiking.