Alexander Sonderegger has performed with orchestras including the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, the Orquesta Sinfónica de la Región de Murcia, Spain, the Sinfonietta Lentua Orchestra in Kuhmo, Finnland, the Murmansk Philharmonic, Russia, and the Morocco Philharmonic Orchestra. He has also collaborated with the conductor Patrick Strub, performing concertos by Grieg and Tchaikovsky at the Liederhalle Beethoven Hall in Stuttgart.
Alexander Sonderegger was born in 1991 in Petrozavodsk, Russia, to a family of musicians and studied at the Petrozavodsk State Glazunov Conservatory under Viktor Portnoi. In 2008, he attended the State University of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart where he was taught by Kirill Gerstein, Shoshana Rudiakov, Péter Nagy and Florian Wiek. Alexander graduated from Stuttgart, passing his soloist concert exam with distinction.
Alexander has garnered prizes at many international competitions, including first prize and "The Czech Radio Prize" at the Carl Czerny International Piano Competition in Prague, first prize at the 16. International Piano Competition in Rome, second prize at the ClaMo Competition in Murcia and first prize at the Clara Schumann Competition in Stuttgart. In 2019, Alexander has won the first prize at the 21st International Piano Competition of Ile de France and the IKIF Artist Recognition Scholarship Award at the International Keyboard Institut & Festival“ in New York.
Together with his brother Eduard Sonderegger (violin) he has been performing for over 20 years as the SONDEREGGER DUO. In 2019, the Duo has released its first CD with works by Brahms, Szymanowski, and Enesco. The SONDEREGGER DUO will be represented through Massa Konzertmanagement and will make a debut at the Gasteig München in June 2020.
From 2018 to 2019 Alexander Sonderegger held a position as lecturer and accompanist at the Strings Department of the State University of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart. In 2019 he was offered a position at the university as a piano teacher, position which he currently holds.