Dr. Alexander Crosett has held teaching positions at Manhattan School of Music, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Interlochen Center for the Arts, and several major universities. He maintains a private studio in Cambridge, Massachusetts focusing on intermediate, advanced, and adult learners. Students of his have won prizes at regional, national, and international competitions (including the New York International Artists Competition) and performed at major venues worldwide. They have been admitted to programs at the Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes School of Music, and Interlochen Center for the Arts, among many others. His private studio won Thumbtack's Best of 2015 and 2016, ranking #1 among its music lesson providers in New York City. He is a Steinway Educational Partner. As a solo and collaborative pianist, Crosett has performed at New York Steinway Hall; Merkin Hall; Muramatsu Hall in Osaka; the Goethe-Institut Boston; the Euro Arts Festival in Leipzig; the Amalfi Coast Festival; IPF Madrid and Paris; Centre d'arts Orford in Quebec; Riverdale Society of Ethical Culture; Harvard University; the University of Virginia; Interlochen Center for the Arts; Lander University Artist Recital Series; and Atlanta’s Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. His performances have also been featured on television and National Public Radio. Crosett won the Silver Medal at the Osaka International Music Competition in Japan as well as top prizes at the ROIMC Atlanta Piano Competition and Interlochen Concerto Competition. He earned a master’s degree in Piano Performance at Manhattan School of Music as a student of André-Michel Schub and a doctorate from the University of Georgia under Evgeny Rivkin. He pursued additional studies with Jacques Rouvier and Eteri Andjaparidze, as well as masterclasses from such musicians as Aldo Ciccolini, John Perry, Peter Frankl, Ian Hobson, Solomon Mikowsky, Ann Schein, and Olga Kern.
Distance Learning Available Yes
Genres & Ages Taught Classical: Intermediate, Advanced, and Adult learners.