In 1977 Alexander Lonquich won the First Prize at the Casagrande Competition: since then he has given concerts in all the main musical centres of the world; he has collaborated with orchestra conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Ton Koopman, Emmanuel Krivine, Heinz Holliger, Sandor Vègh and many others. In the chamber music field, Alexander Lonquich collaborates with esteemed partners such as Nicolas Altstaedt, Vilde Frang, Joshua Bell, Isabelle Faust, Carolin Widmann and Jörg Widmann, to name a few. Alexander Lonquich has received numerous awards from Italian and international critics, such as the "Diapason d’Or" and the "Premio Abbiati" (as ‘best soloist’ in 2016).
In the role of conductor/soloist he collaborated with the Orchestra da Camera di Mantova, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre des Champs Elysées, the Filarmonica della Scala, the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale RAI and the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.
Alexander Lonquich is a regular guest of internationally renowned festivals including Schubertiade, Lockenhaus, Mozartwoche Salzburg in Austria, Beethovenfest Bonn and Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspielen in Germany. Among the most relevant engagements outside Italy we mention collaborations with the Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, the Münchener Kammerorchester, the Camerata Salzburg. Very active also in the recording field, his most recent publication (October 2018) is a double CD for the Alpha-Outhere label entitled "Schubert 1828" and containing the Sonatas D958, D959 and D960.
Since 2014 Alexander Lonquich has been Principal Conductor of Orchestra del Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza. Since September 2020 he has been appointed as Artistic Director of Fondazione Scuola di Musica di Fiesole O.n.l.u.s. In 2013 he created, together with his wife Cristina Barbuti, ‘Kantoratelier’, a theatrical space where his favourite subjects - psychology, music and theatre - are studied and developed thanks to workshops, seminars and concerts.