Alexandra Keegan is a Romani-American conductor who grew up travelling with her family where music was a big part of daily life. At the age of three Alexandra started playing violin, and soon music became her passion, her life, and her professional career.
Today, Ms. Keegan holds the position of the Artistic Director and Conductor for the Pacific Lyric Association. Her past opera works with PLA include “Il Trovatore” (2017), “Tosca”(2018), “Die Fledermaus”(2019), “Romeo and Juliette”(2021), and “Carmen”(2022).
Alexandra holds a Doctoral Degree in Music, and make appearances as a free-lance orchestral and opera conductor in US and abroad.
“The complexity of opera attracted me long before I became a conductor. This genre is the most complex and most beautiful of all. It combines academically trained voices with unlimited colours of symphony orchestra, theater lights, costumes, set, makeup, and tells us wonderful stories.” said Ms. Keegan in her interview with San Diego Voyager.