​As a mandolinist and lutenist, as well as a conductor, Alon Sariel is at home in the fields of both early and new music, having premiered dozens of works dedicated to him. He appeared at festivals such as the Salzburger Biennale for New Music and the Early Music Festival in Utrecht, and has performed in halls such as the Berliner Philharmonie and La Scala in Milan.

As a soloist and member of different ensembles, Alon Sariel toured throughout Europe, the USA and Mexico, the Middle- and Far-East, and has given master classes at universities such as Trinity College of Music (London), Lilla Akademien (Stockholm), the Kazan State Conservatory (Russia) and the Celaya Conservatory (Mexico).

Alon Sariel is musical director of the Baroque orchestra Concerto-Foscari, with whom he was awarded the OPUS Klassik Award in 2018. Recent engagements as soloist/conductor include ensembles as the chamber orchestras of Munich (MKO) and Berlin (DKO), Jerusalem Radio Symphony, Sofia Philharmonic, Camerata Tinta Barocca (Cape Town), Tel Aviv Soloists and the Barokksolistene.