Alexandre Razera began his musical studies at the age of 8 in the Piracicaba School of Music, Brazil. Among his tutors within Brazil were Celisa Amaral Frias, Marcelo Jaffé and Elisa Fukuda, with whom he studied until 1998, when he was awarded a Vitae Foundation scholarship to join the Karajan Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. For two years Alex studied under the guidance of Wilfried Strehle and toured, performed and recorded under conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Simon Rattle, Daniel Baremboim and Lorin Maazel. Subsequently, he joined the University of Arts in Berlin for a Bachelor degree course with Professor Ulrich Knoerzer. Alexandre has worked as first violist of numerous orchestras inside and outside Brazil. Among them, the Ljubljana Slovenian Radio and Television Orchestra, OSESP (São Paulo Symphony Orchestra), OSB (Brazilian Symphony Orchestra). He worked for several years with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic, Mahler Chamber Orchestra and various chamber music groups across Europe. Regularly invited to be part of the faculty of festivals throughout the country, including Campos do Jordão Festival, Curitiba Music Workshop, CIVEBRA (Brasília), FEIMEP (Piracicaba), among others.
He was the founder and president of the judging panel of the II National Violas Competition and organizer and artistic director of the III National Violas Meeting, both held in the city of Curitiba, Paraná.
Currently, in addition to collaborating regularly with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra for Europe and Asia, and, in parallel with his career as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher, he just got the position of Sub-Principal Viola player in the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra.