Online Lessons

Online Lessons

5.0 (4)
1 employee
19 years in business

About this pro

* FREE MEET AND GREET w/ no obligation!

* LEARN FROM THE BEST

* Very Consistent w/ Lessons

* Certified Suzuki Instructor

* Over 10 years teaching in person and online lessons

* Coached two students to become State Champions of Florida

* Not just a teacher, also a pro player/entertainer

* Learn Violin, Viola, Fiddle, Acoustic/Electric

* Experienced in playing & teaching Suzuki, Classical Music,    Fiddle, Hymns, Patriotic Music, and TOP 40's

* Natural approach to learning

* Hear me and my students at www.JaronClark.com

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Belle Isle, FL 32812
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4 Reviews

5.0

  • Jenna Augsburger

    Even though it’s not face to he’s still detailed & strives for accuracy in your physical holding, posture, bowing technique & playing notes with fingers. He encourages you, challenges you & teaches patiently & kindly.

  • Dennis Berry

    The online lessons were very convenient. They were also in my opinion almost as good as in person. Very professional and I would highly recommend.

  • Carmen

    The online lesson are awesome because he takes his time with students and is just like if it was in person. Great teacher and teaching techniques.

  • Madelyn Berry

    Even though you can’t be face-to-face, still an awesome teacher!



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The first step for all new incoming students would be to set up a FREE Meet & Greet.  I like incoming students to know who I am & a little bit about my method of teaching so they know what to expect.

For Newbies:

I start with the basic fundimentals.  Posture, Bow Holds, Names of the Strings, & if all is going well the student actually gets to play and learn part of a song right then.

New Students w/ Prior Experience:

I always like to give the student an opportunity to play for me so I can do an evaluation of the student's strengths and weaknesses so I know where to start them.  From there I start by building on what the student already knows and filling in the gaps of what needs improvement.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

* Certified Suzuki Instructor through Capital University

* Over 10 years of teaching experience

* Over 10 years of REAL LIFE professional playing as a working musician


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

All Lessons:

 

No Obligation FREE Introductory Session: FREE/$0.00

 

30 Minute Private Lessons: $105/mo

 

45 Minute Private Lessons: $153/mo

 

1 Hr Private Lessons (Advanced Students or 2 Siblings) $200/mo

 

Please call to set up your FREE Meet & Greet 407-694-8960ons (Advanced Students or 2 Siblings) $200

 

Please call to set up your FREE Introductory session 407-442-0331


How did you get started teaching?

Years before I started teaching I gave a lot of thought to it, but it wasn't till an old teacher in in Nashville, TN moved back to Orlando, FL where I happened to move too also that I started teaching at his family's music school.  From the very first lesson I knew I was wired to be a teacher and have enjoyed helping hundreds of students learn to play over the years.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have experience teaching students 3+ from all walks of life.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

A recent Facebook message from a former student's mother:

Hi Jaron, you taught my daughter, Ava, violin about 12 years ago. I just saw your memory post about playing for your nephew. I was pregnant with our second daughter while Ava was in lessons and you usually would play for her (my belly!) at the end. Just want you to know she is now 12 and very musical. She is a strong singer who I am told has perfect pitch you cannot teach, and can play piano by ear. I attribute this to your playing to her before she was born. The rest of our family is lacking these talents! Thought you might like to know you had an impact. Keep doing what you are doing. Emily


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

To quote a former teacher of mine:

"This is a show me business, not a tell me business!"

-Ron Feldman

I would like the opportunity to show you how I can help you.  Give me the chance and I will show you!


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Ask the teacher to play for you

Ask to hear a recording of their students

Ask for a clear honest evaluation of where you are at if you have prior experience and how they plan to help you acheive improving.