Alexander Crosett has been described as "...a young pianist of extraordinary talent and accomplishment" (Thomas Mastroianni, President: American Liszt Society) for his performances throughout the United States, Canada, Italy, Spain, Germany, and France. He has given recitals at Steinway Hall in Manhattan; the Goethe-Institut Boston; Riverdale Society of Ethical Culture; Lander University's Artist Recital Series; the Noontime Series at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston; Manhattan School of Music; and the Young Artist Recital Series at the Amalfi Coast Music Festival in Italy. He won first prize in the 2006 Interlochen Concerto Competition. Alexander Crosett earned his Master of Music in Piano Performance degree at Manhattan School of Music as a student of 1981 Van Cliburn Competition Gold Medalist André-Michel Schub, having completed undergraduate studies as a full scholarship student of Eda Mazo-Shlyam at Bard College's Longy School of Music. He is now pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance at the University of Georgia under the tutelage of Dr. Evgeny Rivkin. Crosett has performed at international music festivals including Centre d’Arts Orford in Quebec, the Amalfi Coast Music Festival in Italy, and the Euro Arts Festival in Leipzig, Germany; as well as in masterclasses with such musicians as Aldo Ciccolini, Jacques Rouvier, Peter Frankl, Ian Hobson, Ann Schein, and Olga Kern. He has held teaching positions at Manhattan School of Music, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Bloomingdale School of Music, and Kennesaw State University.