Praised by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for his "pleasing presence, splendid diction and a rich, expressive voice with a wide range," Alexander Tall is rapidly gaining acclaim as one of America's rising young baritones. He has sung with the New York City Opera, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Chicago Opera Theater, Florida Grand Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Fort Worth Opera, the San Francisco Opera's Merola Opera Program, Opera Birmingham, the National Symphony Orchestra, the Curtis Institute, Music Academy of the West, the Ashlawn Music Festival, and the Berkshire Choral Festival. An active concert performer, Mr. Tall has appeared in recital in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, St. Louis, France, and Portugal. Mr. Tall was recently awarded the Theodor Uppman Award from the William Matheus Sullivan Foundation. He has also received grants from the George London Foundation, Opera Index, Inc., and Opera Theater of St. Louis, and awards from Houston Grand Opera's Eleanor McCollum Competition for Young Singers, the Mario Lanza Foundation, and the Marian Anderson Foundation.