Alex Wasserman Composer, Conductor and Cellist is considered as one of Israel leading composers. His works had been performed In Israel, United States and Europe in concerts held by The Aspen Music Festival Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, The Israeli composers league, Musica Nova, The Tel Aviv chamber Music Society series of concerts 1998-2004, The Tel Aviv International Biennale of contemporary music 2000 and 2002. He was commissioned and performed by performers such as Rivka Golani, Marc Johnson of Vermeer String Quartet, Aviv String Quartet, Aims music festival – Barcelona, Beer Sheva Sinfonieta, Opole Philharmonia, "Contempo" music festival, "kfar Bloom" music festival and others.
Alex Wasserman is active as a conductor, and serves as music director of several ensembles was born in Brazil in 1963. He Studied Composition and conducting at the Rubin academy of music with Prof. Abel Erlich and V. Cello with Zvi Harel . He continued his studies In New York where he studied V. Cello with Peter Willy (Beaux Art Trio) and conducting with Michael Chary at The Mannes College of music and later pursued a doctorate degree in composition from The Julliard School. He was awarded The Israeli music institute award, Norfolk Chamber music festival fellowship, Aspen Music Festival Scholarship, Albert Szirmai Scholarship, and Henry Mancini Fellowship.
Alex Wasserman is currently The music director and conductor of the Ramat Gan Symphonie Orchestra, The Tel Aviv Chamber Music society and he is also the principal of The Ramat Gan Music center.