During her international career Alexandra Troussova has worked with conductors such as Lorin Maazel, Sir Neville Marriner, Antoni Witt, Volker Schmidt-Gertenbach, Walter Weller, Gerd Albrecht, Joseph Suk, Kaspar Zendner, Arie van Beek, Wolfgang Gönnenwein and Michel Tilkin.
Alexandra Troussova performs with great success in renowned concert halls such as the Konzerthaus Berlin, Prinzregententheater München, Kurhaus Wiesbaden, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Théâtre du Châtelet, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, Opéra de Lyon, Tonhalle Zürich, Gulbenkian Foundation Lissabon, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles and Auditorio Nacional de Musica in Madrid.
She is regularly invited by major music festivals such as the Verbier Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Festival Carinthischer Sommer, Saint-Denis Festival, Festival La Folle Journée, Festival de musique de Sully, Festival Piano aux Jacobins, Festival Piano à Auxerre, Festival Saint-Riquier, Festival Septembre musical, Florilegio Musical Salmantino, Al Bustan Festival, Festival de Lanaudière, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspielen and Klavierfestival Ruhr.
As a chamber musician she collaborates with a variety of artists including Frans Helmerson, Sarah Chang, Alexander Knjasev, David Guerrier and Nils Mönkemeyer.
In addition to her solo career she works successfully with her brother, the violinist Kirill Troussov. Their recordings – among others for EMI Classics – have been widely hailed by the international press and given many international awards.
Alexandra Troussova’s recent CDs “Emotions” (MDG) and „Memories“ (MDG), recorded together with her brother Kirill Troussov as music partner, have been highly praised by international press and the public – among others by “Süddeutsche Zeitung” and the french trade magazine „Diapason“.
She studied with James Tocco, Dimitri Bashkirov, Vadim Suchanov and Alfredo Perl.
Numerous radio recordings and television broadcasts in Germany, France, Belgium and USA show Alexandra Troussova’s pianistic versatility.