Alexander Barklyansky graduated with distinction from the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory in 2001. He became prize winner at different international violin competitions.
At present Alexander Barklyansky is a concertmaster-soloist of the All-Russia State TV and Radio broadcasting company Radio Orpheus Symphony orchestra.
As a conductor, soloist and chamber musician he has performed in various concert halls of Russia, Europe and the US.
Alexander Barklyansky performed as a conductor in the concert series of Moscow State Philarmonia. He played in the Russian National Orchestra conducted by Mikhail Pletnev and was deputy concertmaster of the New Russia State Symphony Orchestra conducted by Yury Bashmet, II concertmaster-soloist of the orchestra in the musical "Nord-Ost", guest concertmaster of the Moscow Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Ziva at the international opera festival in the Republic of Korea, soloist at the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and concertmaster of the Russian-Korean Youth Symphony and American-Russian Symphony and Chamber Orchestras.
As a conductor, soloist and chamber musician Alexander Barklyansky has recorded for Russian, American and Japanese sound recording companies, including Radio Orpheus.