Lexi has served as an assistant for the Singing's for the Birds program and Art for Music. She has performed either vocals or instrumentals for many special events, including weddings, recitals and concerts. She has played piano since she was 3 and violin since she was 5, training in the Suzuki method starting at age 6. In addition to music, Lexi has a long-term interest in acting.
Lexi's been on a stage as long as she can remember, with roles or tech in the following: Brenda in The Preacher's Wife; Susan in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe; Edgar Allen Poe in The Cask of Amontillado; Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night; Ancestor in The Addams Family Musical; Taxi Dancer in Sweet Charity; Villian in Almost, Maine; Jack's Mom in Into the Woods; Scrooge the Musical; God Bless Us Every One; You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown; The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.
Alexa has regularly attended Suzuki conferences since 2013 to 2018, participating as a member in both the Suzuki Association of Greater Washington and the Suzuki Teacher's Association of Hampton Roads. In 2017, she served as concertmistress for SAGWA for the intermediate orchestra in the closing concert. She is a former member of the Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra, Sinfonietta. Besides performing to support The Consulting Arts, Alexa has been requested by several of our clients to support special projects, such as Miracles in Motion summer camps.
Alexa is an award-winner in the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University Talent Search, in multiple categories of the PTA Reflections arts competition including composition, and a scholarship winner (2016) from Ruritan Club Citizenship Essay contest.
If she's not doing homework (and, being in the top-15 nationally-ranked Maggie Walker Governor School for Gov't & Int'l Studies, that's rare!), you may find her playing Rummikub or cheering on the Jacksonville Jaguars-that is, if she's not sawin', hammerin' or paintin' a stage set.