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Music Elements offers Master Classes, Summer Camps and Music Lessions in  piano, drums, guitar, voice, strings, brass, ukulele and bass. Our lessons are in-person and virtual. Whether you are a beginner or advanced student, our instructors  will teach you at a pace that's right for you. Plain and simple…students have fun at our school! Let our reviews speak for us! Come join us to discover or rediscover the joys of music!

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Piano Lessons


Instructors:    Elizabeth GarozzoMatthew Pariseau | Tyler Hoyt | Nicole Burns


Elizabeth Garozzo

Elizabeth Garozzo    Elizabeth Garozzo is a classical pianist currently attending University of Massachusetts Lowell in their Music Studies undergraduate program. Beginning her piano studies at the age of twelve, she quickly fell in love with composers like Chopin, Debussy, and Rachmaninov. As a result, Elizabeth is skilled in all manners of classical style, from Baroque to 20th century and beyond but is also comfortable with contemporary genres. Aside from playing piano, Elizabeth is passionate about music history and works as a freelance photographer; she plans to continue her music studies to the graduate level.
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Matthew Pariseau

Matthew Pariseau is ecstatic to join the team at Music Elements! Matthew has been playing piano for over 20 years and has a Bachelor of Music from the UMass Lowell from their Sound Recording Technology Program. Matthew began his lessons at the age of 6. He later joined the National Piano Guild at age 10. Matthew is also a percussionist having played in his high school’s concert band and marching band. His favorite performances include performing at the Music Mansion in Providence, RI and at Carnegie Hall. When Matthew isn’t playing piano, you can find him playing games with his family or repairing furniture.

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Tyler Hoyt

Tyler HoytTyler has been involved in music since his Freshman year of High School. He has been singing and playing piano for 13 year and heavily involved in Theater both on and off stage. Tyler has been in multiple productions including “The Addams Family” as Uncle Fester, “The Phantom of the Opera” as signor Piangi and Audrey II in “Little Shop of Horrors”. He was the Music Director a few productions, the most recent was “Tuck Everlasting” for the Tyngsboro Community Theater. Tyler is currently the Director of Choral Ministries at Lutheran Church of the Savior in Bedford, MA and has been in this position for 7 years. He runs and over sees 4 different choirs at this church including a children’s choir, a concert choir, a men’s choir, and a trebleTyler Hoyt choir. Tyler has been invited to participate in multiple National Honors Choirs including the one at Concordia University Seward. He is currently part of the Umass Lowell Chamber Singers. Tyler has an Associate’s Degree in Arts and Sciences with a specification in Music. He has an Award for Excellence in Music from Middlesex Community College. Tyler is currently working towards his Bachelor’s in Music Studies at The University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
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Nicole Burns

Nicole Burns is a vocalist studying at the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a degree in Music Performance. She is set to graduate spring 2024 and she currently performs with the University’s chamber choir and Opera workshop. In the past semesters she has participated in songwriting, early music, contemporary electronic and R&B ensembles. She specializes in musical theater and popular music but has a wide variety of training in other genres as well. She has performed in many musical theatre productions over the years such as Sweeney Todd, Annie, On the Town, and Crazy for you. Nicole also enjoys teaching about stage presence and vocal techniques to enhance a performance or character. She loves connecting with her students and as a teacher she wants to see them grow in confidence on and off the stage!

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Music Elements

160 Turnpike Rd.   Chelmsford, MA 01824
Phone: 978-221-5641


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