Dutch- Macedonian mezzo-soprano, composer, voice teacher and choir director, Aleksandra Popovska, is known for her energy and enthusiasm both on stage and off, and is sought after as a soloist, choir leader, voice teacher and composer.
She is freely mixing music of different origin & styles; the Macedonian vocal traditions, the sophistication of Italian bel canto, contemporary vocal techniques, live electronics, popular music,etc.
Aleksandra established her unique vocal style in a wide range of performance practices. Vocal soundscapes, multimedia works, paintings, photography, sound installations are part of her tools for expression.

In the course of her career she collaborated with artists (directors, theater makers, composers, visual artists, choreographers, etc) from more then 20 different countries in various roles and in different artistic contexts ( music podia, multimedia performances, live electronics, soundtracks for movies, animations, performances for young audience, etc..). She had more then hundred of performances on various podia around the world (to name a few:Rotterdam Opera Festival, Music Meeting festival-Nijmegen, Neuk├Âllner Oper-Berlin, Macedonian National Opera & Ballet, Sidney Opera House etc.).

She grew up in Former Yugoslavia, got educated in Serbia, Macedonia, The Netherlands, and England.
Being exposed to a wide variety of cultural influences in between Western and Balkan affected her life and her creative work, her inspiration and style when performing or creating new, original works.
Her international career began in 2000, as a vocal and keyboard player in Dragan Dautovski Quartet, performing in over fifteen countries in the world. She participated in recordings of more then twenty Cds in different music genres.

She holds B.S., M.M. and Mphill degrees from Utrechts School for Arts (NL), Portsmouth University (UK) and University SS. Cyril & Methodius in Skopje (MK), where she studied voice, composition, music education, music production/technology and choir conducting.
Currently based in The Hague.