The soprano Alexandra Lubchansky completed her studies of piano and composition at the Conservatory in St Petersburg.
In 2001, Ms Lubchansky began to study song under the tutelage of Prof. Roland Hermann at the Karlsruhe Opera School.
From 2003 to 2005, she debuted as Lucia di Lammermoor at the Stadttheater Hildesheim.
In 2004, Ms Lubchansky took the part of a Flower Girl in Parsifal at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden as directed by Nikolaus Lehnhoff and conducted by Kent Nagano.
Ms Lubchansky has worked with conductors such as Valery Gergiev, Ivor Bolton, Stefan Soltesz, Lothar Zagrosek, Roberto Paternostro, Paolo Carignani, Julia Jones, Christoph Poppen and Johannes Kalitzke.
Guest engagements have led her to the Semperoper Dresden, the Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, the Mariinsky Theater St Petersburg, the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels, the Oper Frankfurt, the Nationaltheater Mannheim, the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, the Aalto Theater Essen and the Festspielhaus Salzburg.
In January and February 2006, Ms Lubchansky sang Blonde and Queen of the Night at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich during the Mozart Festival there.
She has also appeared as Blonde at the Oper Frankfurt and at the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels (directed by Christof Loy) and as Queen of the Night, she has guested at the Staatsoper Berlin, the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe and the Staatstheater Saarbrücken.
In June 2006, she performed Rosina in a new production by Christof Loy of Mozart's La finta semplice at the Oper Frankfurt under the musical direction of Julia Jones and also sang Fiakermilli in Christof Loy's production of Arabella there.
She was heard in the role of Zerbinetta at the Semperoper Dresden, at the Mariinsky Theater St Petersburg, at the Nationaltheater Mannheim, at the Staatstheater Kassel and at the Kleines Festspielhaus in Salzburg (conductor Ivor Bolton / director Stephen Medcalf) and sang Konstanze at the Theater Göttingen and at the Chorin Abbey Music Festival.
2008 saw Ms Lubchansky debut as Donna Anna at the Aalto-Theater in Essen (conducted by Stefan Soltesz and directed by Stefan Herheim) and sang La Contessa 2010 at Staatstheater Darmstadt.
Subsequent to her debut as Violetta at the Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Ms Lubchansky was contracted to sing the part at the Nationaltheater Mannheim, the Staatstheater Nürnberg, the Staatstheater Saarbrücken (2008) and in Gelsenkirchen (2012).
As Imogene in Bellini's Il pirata (at St Moritz Opera Festival 2007 and in Basel 2010) she expanded her Italian repertoire, followed by Norma and Amina (La Sonnambula) at Theater Passau in November 2009, Gilda at Theatro Municipal São Paulo (2011) and Musetta at the New National Theatre Tokyo 2012.
With Emanuel Krivine Alexandra Lubchansky sang Woglinde in Das Rheingold in Paris and Grenoble, which was also to be seen at ARTE Television.
Since 2014 Alexandra Lubchansky expands her repertoire and is now working on parts like Arabella, Salome, Tannhäuser-Elisabeth, Tatjana, Aida and Trovatore-Leonora.
She is furthermore a sought-after performer of contemporary music:
In spring 2006, Ms Lubchansky was engaged by the Bayerische Staatsoper for the soprano role in Henze's Being Beauteous. She also sang Nachtstücke und Arien, by the same composer, at the Kassel Music Festival 2007 with the hr-Sinfonieorchester conducted by Christoph Poppen. In the Viennese Hall of the Salzburg Mozarteum, she also sang in Elliott Carter's A Mirror on Which to Dwell by as conducted by Johannes Kalitzke.
Furthermore: Hoher Sopran in Wolfgang Rihms Eroberung von Mexico, Neither, a mono-opera by Morton Feldman (2008, Staatstheater Kassel and 2010 at Deutsche Oper am Rhein Düsseldorf); L'espace dernier by Matthias Pintscher (2008, Alte Oper Frankfurt and Cologne Philharmonia, conducted by Paolo Carignani); Franziska in the premiere of Christian Jost's Die Arabische Nacht (2008, Grillo Theater Essen, conducted by Stefan Soltesz); Yueyang in the European premiere of Tan Dun's opera The First Emperor (2008 Staatstheater Saarbrücken, conducted by Constantin Trinks) and Amelia in Manfred Trojahn’s La grande magia (2012 in Gelsenkirchen).