Piano Lessons

Whether you are a beginner or advanced student, child, adult, or jumping back in after years of not playing, we will teach you to play at a pace that's appropriate for you. At Music Elements our goal is not only to teach an instrument, but also to show each student how to make studying music enjoyable. We tailor instruction to your musical interests.


Piano Instructors:  Anthony Alexander | Alex Webster | Ben Knight | Alex Buiel | Taylor Trussell


Anthony Alexander

Anthony AlexanderAnthony Alexander is a Classical Pianist specializing in solo repertoire and also respected as a collaborative musician. Although Anthony primarily plays classical music, he is capable of playing and teaching all styles. In his lessons, he incorporates aural skills, ear training and technique early on as he believes this is fundamental to piano playing. Anthony began studying piano at age 11 at a local music school and also took up lessons in clarinet and flute. At age 16, he began studying with Piruz Bogossian, who taught Anthony the discipline necessary to be a classical pianist. At UMass Lowell, he has studied with Hey Rim Jeon (Berklee Alumnus) and Jacob Hiser (NEC Alumnus). He also studies remotely with Spanish concert pianist, Ignacio Almarche, who comes from a lineage of teachers that can be traced back to Arrau, Liszt, Czerny, and Beethoven.

Anthony is active as an organist in the Armenian Apostolic Church, an accompanist at UMass Lowell and fluent in the languages of English, Spanish, and Italian.

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Alex Webster

Alex WebsterAlex David Webster has been playing piano for 17 years and has consistently been playing classical piano for ten years. His love for singing opened his eyes in middle school for piano playing. He would accompany school and church choirs during his middle and high school career. He performed at UNH for the Summer Youth Music School (SYMS), singing and playing piano as well as percussion. Growing up, he would assist in Sunday school which allowed him to realize a passion for teaching. His ability to improvise is one of his best attributes and wishes to help create the confidence in others to do the same. He has worked with over a dozen eccentric pianists such as Chris and Arlene Kies professors of UNH. He comes from a family who pianists! He has traveled across the country performing the amazing sounds or Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, and more!

“Don’t only practice your art, but force your way into it’s secrets, for it and knowledge can raise men to the divine” Ludwig Van Beethoven
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Ben Knight

Ben KnightBen Knight has been playing shows all throughout New England for the last three years, fronting a high energy Rock and R&B band. Taking influence from Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Fats Domino, Ben has been cultivating his own style of piano playing since he started taking lessons at Music Elements almost ten years ago! In addition to theory, sight-reading, and technique, Ben teaches ear training, improvisation, and how to play with other musicians at a pace that is appropriate but challenging for theBen Knight student.

Alex Buiel


Alex Buiel
Alex Buiel is a classically trained pianist, vocalist and pipe-organist working in metro-Boston. He began his piano studies at age five and shortly after began studying pipe organ and voice. He was a choir boy at St. Paul’s Choir School and studied pipe-organ while attending the Interlochen Academy for the Arts in Interlochen, Michigan. He has worked as church pipe-organist for more than a decade, toured England singing with the choir of Trinity Church, Boston, and is currently the Organist and Director of Music at St. Anne’s Parish in Readvile, MA. In addition to his classical and liturgical music, he has extensively worked as a session musician for many bands in the metro-Boston area as well as plays keyboards in several groups.
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Taylor Trussell


Details coming soon

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Teaching Aspects CoveredPiano Student

  • Music Theory
  • Improvisation
  • Composition
  • Ear Training
  • Solo playing
  • Ensemble and Band Participation