Alexander has consistently received favourable reviews from the press.  Most recently, Consortium's CD of choral works by Max Reger, issued on the Hyperion lable, on which Alexander was a soloist, has been given a glowing reception.  Gramophone magazine (January 2011) notes that he presented its 'shifting chromatic sands' with 'delectable poise' (read the review - 1, 2).

According to the Darlington and Stockton Times, his bass-baritone enjoys a wide range, allowing him to be "comfortable on even the deepest notes", whilst the Eastern Daily Press notes that he is equally able to sing at the top of his range with "fluent elegance" (as in Et in spiritum sanctum from Bach's B Minor Mass).

Most recently, Alexander received praise for his "smooth, open baritone" as Publio in Opus Opera's concert production of Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito.

 

"... a wonderfully sonorous sound ..."
The Oxford Times

(Woodstock Music Society, 2010)