Alexandra Silber is a 2014 Grammy nominee for her portrayal of "Maria" in a historic, first-ever concert presentation, accompanied by the first-ever full symphonic recording of West Side Story, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas with the San Francisco Symphony.
Silber's Broadway and New York credits include "Tzeitel" in Fiddler on the Roof, Master Class (with Tyne Daly), "Sara Jane" in the world-premiere of Arlington (Outer Critics Circle nomination), and "The Young Wife" in Hello Again (Drama League Award nomination), Einstein's Dreams, The Lucky Star, and the title role in Nell Gwynn.
London and West End credits include "Halina" in the original London cast of Rebecca Taichman's Tony-winning production of Paula Vogel's Indecent, "Lilli Vanessi/Kate" in Kiss Me, Kate for the BBC Proms at Royal Albert Hall, "Julie Jordan" in Carousel at The Savoy Theatre in London’s West End (Great Britain’s TMA Award for Best Performance in a Musical), "Hodel" in Fiddler on the Roof, and "Laura Fairlie" in The Woman in White.
Regional theatre credits include "Sally Bowles" in Cabaret, "Guenevere" in Camelot (Shakespeare Theatre of DC), "Titania/Hippolyta" in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chicago Shakespeare), Master Class (The Kennedy Center), "Jenny Cavilerri" in the North American premiere of Love Story, as well as the world-premiere casts of Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me a Soprano (The Alley Theatre) and Murder on the Orient Express (McCarter Theatre Center).
Concerts include "Amalia Balash" in She Loves Me (The Orchestra of St. Luke's at Caramoor), Song Of Norway (Collegiate Chorale and American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall), 2015 BBC Proms at Royal Albert Hall with The John Wilson Orchestra, David Del Tredici's World Premiere of Dum Dee Tweedle (Detroit Symphony Orchestra), and "I Am Harvey Milk" (Disney Hall, Los Angeles).
Her film and television credits include The 57th Grammy Awards, Kiss Me, Kate; “Elementary,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” and 1408.
She attended the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Interlochen Center for the Arts.