Dennis Alexander began his affiliation with Alfred Music Publishing at 1986. Mr. Alexander's 240 publications and records made with Alfred have made him an global reputation as one of North America's most prolific and most popular composers of educational piano music for pupils in all levels.
Professor Alexander retired from the place at the University of Montana in May 1996, in which he had taught piano and piano pedagogy for 24 decades. After moving to California, he served on the faculties of Cal State Fullerton and Cal State Northridge and taught piano. A resident of New Mexico, he currently maintains a busy writing and traveling schedule for Alfred.
A native of Kansas, Mr. Alexander graduated from the University of Kansas, where he studied with Richard Reber. In 1987 Mr. Alexander made his New York debut at Carnegie Recital Hall together with violinist Walter Olivares, also continues to be active as a soloist, accompanist and chamber musician. A former president of the Montana State Music Teachers Association, he is a favorite clinician at state traditions. In addition to the Alfred-sponsored assignments he presents regularly in the U.S. and Canada, Mr. Alexander has also presented workshops in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore.
Numerous organizations and state institutions have commissioned him to compose compositions. Furthermore, he has pieces which are included in the National Federation of Music Clubs Festivals Bulletin and pupils around the world are performing his music. He is a co-author of all AlfredPremier Piano Course that is's all-new.
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