Molnar-Suhajda, Alexandra

Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda (b. 1975)

Alexandra Molnar-Suhajda attended George Mason University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Music Composition and was awarded the Music Department’s Most Outstanding Musician award for 1998. While at GMU, Alexandra played first flute in all major ensembles and was an active participant in chamber groups. She has studied with such notable flutists as Wendell Dobbs, Beverley Rajnes, Judith Lapple, and Sharyn Byer. Since graduation, Alexandra has performed extensively in many different professional ensembles, and at such prestigious venues as the White House, the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, The Helen Hayes Gallery, The Corcoran Museum of Art, Fairfax’s Old Town Hall, and the Cosmos Club of DC. She maintains a private studio in Reston, Virginia and teaches sectionals and flute choir for several local schools.