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 | Daniel Webster | Ben Knight | Kenneth Toland


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.

Daniel H Webster

Daniel Webster Daniel Webster has had a long successful music career, singing and playing in New England for over thirty years in a wide range of settings from weddings to clubs to private fundraisers and family events.   He began his formal training at 10 years old and studied Performance for two years at Berklee College of Music.   He was the keyboard/ vocalist for a popular and professional GB band in the Greater Boston Area call “The Knights”.  He recently performed Europe on the Avalon Cruise Danube River Tour with the Down River Quartet. He also performed for 10 years at La Boniche in Lowell and freelances regularly with several local bands performing rock, pop, R&B and dance music.

For many years he has accompanied local private schools in seasonal and group performances featuring children’s choral from age 4 to 14.  Most recently he is teaching both piano and voice for Music Elements.  Daniel Webster is most celebrated for his wonderful voice and piano arrangements bringing joy to listeners of all ages. He is admired by fans and other professionals for his command of lead vocals and harmony which delights the audience as well as his fellow musicians!
You can listen to some samples of his work at danielwebstermusic.com

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.

Kenneth Toland

Kenneth TollandOriginally from College Station, TX, Kenneth Toland is a Boston based Clarinet / Saxophone Musician and Educator. Kenneth has performed with the Dubois Orchestra, Longy Conservatory Orchestra, New Texas Symphony, and North Texas Concert Band. Also, an experienced chamber musician, Kenneth has played with many chamber ensembles of various instrumentation and has also worked with the Horszowski and Neave Trio. Kenneth is a founding member and performs regularly with the Boston based Clarinet Quartet,Tona. Kenneth has participated in the Boston Clarinet Academy and will be participating in the Hot Springs Music Festival in June of 2018. A passionate educator, Kenneth has taught Saxophone at Cross Timbers Middle School in Grapevine, TX and has worked with young Clarinetists across the Boston area. He was a Teaching Assistant in Longy School of Music of Bard College’s El Sistema youth program, an instructor at the Cambridge Public Schools, where he worked with students of all playing levels and formally an instructor in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area. He holds a Master of Music degree in Clarinet Performance from The Longy School of Music of Bard College. He received his undergraduate degree in Music Education from The University of North Texas in Denton, TX. Kenneth’s primary teachers include Michael Norsworthy, Andrew Crisanti, and Daryl Coad. Aside from his Woodwind experience, Kenneth can also teach Beginner Piano.

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Teaching Aspects CoveredPiano Student

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