Alexander Feye is born in 1985 and started playing the violin at age 8 with Benedict Meulemans until he entered the Brussels Royal Conservatory of Music in 2001. He entered in the class of Adam Korniszewski and won first prizes in violin and chamber music with distinction in 2003. He graduated in 2006 with highest distinction and then studied for two years with Ulf Hoelscher at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe.

Very early on Alexandre develops a passion for chamber music and continues to perform in Belgium and abroad (France, Luxembourg, Spain, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Italy, Netherlands...) for recitals, duo, trio or quartet or as a soloist and concertmaster. Alexandre Feye is the first violinist of the quartet CoryFeye which he founded with his brother Raphael in 2001. He is also the winner of the prizes Edouard Bastin, Horlait-Dapsens, Van Straelen, Lefranc and Bisschop-Matthyssens. At the same time, Alexandre Feye is a professor of Latin, Greek and history at the International School of Greco-Latin Humanities Schola Nova (Brabant, Belgium).