With years of experience and everything he needs to know at his fingertips, Alex has collaborated with the likes of Dennis Chambers, Mike Stern, Michael Manring, Oz Noy, Nathaniel Townsley and many others.
Alex mixes the energy around him and dives into melodic improvisations with impeccable technical prowess. With a rebellious nature, deep passion and uncompromising discipline, his style is reminiscent of Jazz icons, but his DNA and attitude is of a punk rebel – these merge together to create an eclectic range of styles from jazz and funk all the way through to electronic.
In 2014 Alex collaborated with drummer Dennis Chambers in a video project produced in Israel and NY. Most recently Alex has been working with his Trio on a new project, has been running Bass clinics in Israel and around the world and is currently taking part in the annual G.O.D (Gathering of Drummers) project with well known drummer/Artist Pavel Fajt – an international/CZ project, which brings together a varied musical mix and attracts professionals and the general public to an unforgettable musical experience.
Alex released his debut CD, Junk in 2007, a collection of musical treasures and a second CD, Anonymous in 2011, both were recorded and produced in NY, in collaboration with Producer Ian Freitor.
Over the years Alex has recorded sessions at Steve Vai’s Mother Ship Studio with well-known Argentinean guitarist Carina Alfie. Alex has also worked as a session player at some of the top recording studios from New York to Los Angeles. Alex was endorsed by Zon Guitars for the last nine years, Alex represented them in the NAMM Show in Los Angeles and played bass clinics in the UK with bass player Michael Manring.
In the 90’s Alex formed two successful bands. One, a jazz fusion band RTZ – with well-known Israeli/UK jazz drummer, Asaf Sirkis and Guitarist Amir Perelman. The band released two albums and toured Europe. The other band, which formed in the late 90’s was Zonzee, who released two albums, Time Flies (NMC Records), which received much acclaim in the press and a second album, Buzz (2005), which featured legendary guitarist Mike Stern.