Jason Leshowitz
26 Madison Street, n/a, Wayne NJ, 07470
Instruments: Cello, Ear Training, Suzuki Method, Theory, Viola, Violin
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Rock - Alternative, Blues, Kids
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 20 years
Rate: $70 / hr
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A little background info on me-- I started playing violin at the age of five, received a full tuition scholarship on violin to the University of Miami, and now have 15 years experience teaching strings full time in the public schools of Passaic County. I also perform with 3 orchestras in the tri-state area, and presently teach 18 students privately ranging in age from 6-60 yrs old. All students come to my home studio for lessons once a week. Beginners receive 30 minutes, intermediates 45, and advanced, an hour.

I'm very flexible and varied in the styles of music I know and teach-- I've taught classical, jazz improv, fiddle, pop and rock. The first introductory lesson is always free of charge with no obligation onwards. Please email me for rates and any other information I may have left out. I have plenty of references available, and would love to start up lessons with you as soon as possible!


I am considering taking lessons. Please contact me with further information. Thank you.
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