Aleksandra Kaspera born into a musical family in 1984 in Riga, Latvia. She began playing the piano at the age of four, and after half a year she was accepted to study piano in Emila Darzina Music School- the junior music conservatory for young talents in Jelena Semenenko piano class. At the age of ten she made a transition to another instrument- violoncello. Shortly she took part at the "Talents of Latvia" competition and received 3rd price. She graduated in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in cello performance from Professor Mariss Villesruss class at the Jazeps Vitols Latvian Music Academy. During her studies she performed numerous solo concertos with the Academy Symphony orchestra, participated in several competitions and masterclasses, participated in youth orchestras in Denmark, Lithuania, and Sweden, among other countries. Until the graduation she was a member of the Latvian orchestras Sinfonia Concertante, conducted by Andris Vecumnieks, and Konsonanse, conducted by Andris Poga.
From 2007 as part of the Socrates Erasmus exchange program she has studied with Professors Jeroen Reuling, Rene Berman, Tineke Steenbrink and Egbert Spelde in the Netherlands. In 2009 she won 2nd prize with accordion player Jevgenijs Pastuhovs in the NOVAM National Accordion Chamber Music Competition. Same year she was appointed principal cellist of the ArtEZ Baroque Project, working with Judith and Tineke Steenbrink and the Holland Baroque Society. She also received a Jacob Weiss (Salzburg 1745) cello on loan from the National Instrument Fund and made a promotional DVD CASTUS, sponsored by ArtEZ. During her study years she has participated in master classes by many renowned musicians, including Maria Kliegel, Gary Hoffman, Gavriel Lipkind, Gordan Nikolitch, Justus Grimm, Claudio Jacomucci, Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, Stanislav Firlej, Marcio Corneiro, Diana Ozolina and others. While studying for her master's degree Aleksandra followed an internship at the Arnhem Philharmonic Orchestra and Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, which gave her insights into working with a high- level professional orchestra. In 2012 she graduated Cum Laude her Master degree at ArtEZ Hogeschool voor de Kunsten (Jeroen Reuling cello class, Tineke Steenbrink and Rene Berman ensemble class)
Since then she is working as a freelance cellist based in The Netherlands. In 2015 together with Romanian pianist Raluca Sabau, Aleksandra formed a chamber ensemble. Since then they regularly perform in The Netherlands.
Sinds 2015 Aleksandra has been a permanent member of the The String Soloists chamber orchestra of the Dutch violinist Lisa Jacobs. The String Soloists performed on television, radio and in the most important halls in The Netherlands such as Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Paleis Het Loo, Tivoli Vredenburg, De Harmonie Leeuwarden, Stadsgehoorzaal Leiden, Muziekgebouw Eindhoven. Toured in Germany, Italy and Portugal.