Originally from Verona, New Jersey, Aleksander Ozolins began playing horn at the age of 10. He went on to eventually complete his graduate studies under Michelle Baker, at The Manhattan School of Music in the highly acclaimed Orchestral Performance Department.
As an orchestral performer, Ozolins has performed in countries throughout Europe and Asia under the batons of most notably, James Levine and Herbert Blomstedt. He has been a member of the Verbier (Switzerland) Orchestra, and presently holds the position of Principal Horn of the Philharmonic Orchestra of The Americas.
As a chamber musician, Ozolins also performs regularly on period instruments with groups including Sinfonia New York, Tempesta di Mare of Philadelphia, and the Trinity Consort of Portland, Oregon.
In addition, Ozolins can be found performing anywhere from Broadway shows, to recording studios, to popular music venues.
Aleksander Ozolins is a member of the Chamber Orchestra of New York, since 2007.