July 2017: Alexander is appointed Musical Director of the Hedingham Singers

February 2017: Alexander records a CD of Christmas music with St Edmundsbury Cathedral Choir

February 2017: Alexander's recital as part of the Bloomsbury Organ Day is reviewed in the Organ Magazine
'Alexander Binns opened his 30 mins recital with a bold, intense reading of the J.S. Bach Prelude and Fugue in E minor (the Wedge) emphasising the work's structure. The quieter Herbert Brewer works that followed explored the organ's more orchestral qualities especially the rather French strings and harmonic flutes before concluding with a blazing account of the composer's Marche Héroïque. In short, a thrilling recital by one of our finest young players.'

January 2017: Alexander perfoms a recital as part of the Bloomsbury Organ Day alongside Dame Gillian Weir, Paul Hale, and William Whitehead

October 2016: Alexander tours to Canterbury as Director of the St Edmundsbury Singers

September 2016: Alexander starts as Assistant Director of Music at St Edmundsbury Cathedral

July 2016: A busy month finishing as Organ Scholar at Southwark Cathedral, Accompanist of East London Chorus and Barnet Choral Society, and Piano Tutor at St Marylebone School

July 2016: Alexander tours Kraków, Poland with Southwark Cathedral Girls' Choir

July 2016: Alexander performs with the Apollon Duo at the Halifax Minster Summer Festival and at Southwark Cathedral

June 2016: A busy month of recitals all over the country; London, Bristol and Nantwich

May/June 2016: Alexander tours Normandy, France with East London Chorus

May 2016: Alexander is the soloist for Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor with Misbourne Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Richard Jacklin

April 2016: Alexander performs at the National Celebration Service of the 400th Anniversary of the Death of William Shakespeare at Southwark Cathedral, where his brother Edmund is buried, attended by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

April 2016: Alexander performs Walton's Coronation March 'Orb and Sceptre' at the Game of Thrones Launch Event as part of Advertising Week UK at Southwark Cathedral

March 2016: Alexander is appointed Assistant Director of Music at St Edmundsbury Cathedral from September 2016

March 2016: Alexander performs the Duruflé Requiem in concert with Southwark Cathedral Choir, Stephen Disley (Conductor) and Stephen Roberts (Baritone) with Thomas Trotter, John Rutter, Lady Tavener, Harry Bramma and Paul Brough in attendance

March 2016: Alexander performs a programme of Shakespeare related music at Southwark Cathedral (where his brother is buried) in celebration of next month's Shakespeare Anniversary

January 2016: A busy month for recitals, with performances at St Paul's Cathedral, Southwark Cathedral, St Michael's Cornhill and St Peter's Great Berkhamsted

October 2015: Alexander gives a recital for the Eric Thomson Trust at St Lawrence Jewry

September 2015: Alexander premieres Lloyd Coleman's Dawn Scene on the Thames at the Totally Thames Festival

July 2015: Alexander graduates with distinction from the MA programme at the Royal Academy of Music

May 2015: Alexander tours Iceland with Southwark Cathedral Choir

April 2015: Alexander starts as Accompanist of Barnet Choral Society

February 2015: Alexander is appointed Accompanist of Barnet Choral Society

September 2014: Alexander starts as Organ Scholar at Southwark Cathedral

September 2014: Alexander starts postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music

September 2014: Alexander starts as Accompanist of East London Chorus

July 2014: Alexander is awarded a grant by the Eric Thompson Trust to study with Susan Landale in Paris

July 2014: Alexander graduates from the Royal Academy of Music

June 2014: Alexander is appointed Accompanist of East London Chorus

June 2014: Alexander appears on the series Taking Notes

April 2014: Alexander starts as Accompanist of the Vivace Choir

March 2014: Alexander is appointed Organ Scholar at Southwark Cathedral from September 2014

March 2014: Alexander is appointed Accompanist of the Vivace Choir