Alexander Revich continues the known Moscow dynasty of violin teachers, his father and grandfather were established violin teachers as well, and they continued the tradition of the Leopold Auer. He studied at the Central Music School at the Moscow State Conservatory. P.I. Tchaikovsky in the class of S. Bezrodny (1951-1963).
After graduation, he entered the Moscow State Conservatory. P.I. Tchaikovsky in the class of Professor D.M. Tsyganov. After graduating from the Conservatoire with excellence he won the opportunity to join the 1st violins section of the State Symphony Orchestra under the baton of E. Svetlanov where he worked until 1990 and at the same time began his teaching career.
From 1990 to 1993 he worked in the RNO under the leadership of M. Pletnev and from 1993 on he teaches at the Central Music School by the Moscow State Conservatory named after P.I. Tchaikovsky. Until 2010 he was the head of the string department. During his time many of his students became laureates of prestigious international competitions Oistrakh Competition in Moscow, the Wieniawski competition in Poland, the "Nutcracker" television contest, A. Korsakov Competition and others.
Revich is an active member of the jury of many competitions in Russia and abroad, as well permanently giving master classes in the cities of Russia, France, Greece, Finland, Norway, the Republic of Korea and other countries. Since several years he is a guest professor of Yuri Bashmet Summer Academy. In August 2012 he was awarded the title "The Best Teacher of the Music School" in the nomination "Musical Art".