Alexander Köpeczi began his musical training in Cluj, Romania as a pianist and accompanist. He then moved onto studying voice and made his professional debut in 2014 as Kalil in the world premiere of György Selmeczi's opera Bizánc at the Miskolc Opera Festival in Hungary. Since then he has performed Sparafucile Rigoletto, Old Hebrew Samson et Dalila, Commendatore Don Giovanni, Sacristano Tosca, Bartolo Marriage of Figaro and Ferrando Il Trovatore.
Highlights of the 2019/20 season include the Kálmándy30 – Jubilee Gala in Budapest, Brander La damnation de Faust at the Transilvania State Philharmonic in Cluj-Napoca, Colline La Boheme, Lodovico Otello and Zuniga Carmen at the Hungarian State Opera House of Cluj-Napoca where he is currently a memeber of the ensemble; Il Re Aida; Osmin Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Jose Castro La fanciulla del West and Lodovico Otello at Hungarian National Opera in Budapest.
In January 2020 he won the Special Prizes for best performance of an aria by Verdi and Internationale OpernWerkstatt at the 57th Francisco Viñas Singing Competition in Barcelona and a year later he debuted in the world premiere of Jenő Hubay’s Le luthier de Crémone as Maestro Ferrari at the Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest, a production conducted by Oliver von Dohnányi.
Köpeczi can be heard as Jose Castro and Billy Jackrabbit on the PENTATONE recording of La fanciulla del West. Following this performance he was immediately re-invited to sing Doctor Grenville in recording of La Traviata for the same label, which is due for release later this year.
Future appereances include the prestigious Young Singers Project at the Salzburg Festival in summer 2021 as well as his company debut with Royal Opera House in Covent Garden as Sacristano Tosca alongside Angela Gheorghiu and Lodovico in Otello, during their 2021/22 season.