Jason Lee

Jason Lee

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About this pro

I heard Perlman’s playing of Beethoven violin concerto and Miles Davis’ jazz solo on So What today, I want to be able to do both! 1) Play the violin 2) Know the music 3) Emulate the giants 4) Express yourself Every style of music has its learning curve, I help students building solid violin performance skills, which is the key to access creativity(ultimately, it becomes part of your voice). After, with an efficient system of musicality training (Music Theory, Ear Training, History Knowledge...etc), students would be able to play different styles depending on their desire (Classical, Jazz, World, Old Time...etc), in the end be able to fully express themselves.

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Boston, MA 02115
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

A first "free 30 mins Skype lesson" would be made to custom a learning curve for student determined by student’s needs.


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

Classical/Jazz/Modern violinist. Classically trained since the age of 7, have won multiple violin competitions including the 3rd price of International Vienna Violin Competition. With a scholarship to Berklee College of Music, he started studying jazz/world/improvisational music under the wing of trumpeter Darren Barrett, guitarist David Fuze, middle eastern oud master Simon Shaheen and many others. Performed and recorded with: Yoyo Ma Silkroad Ensemble, Dream Theater, A.R Rahman, Lee-Hom Wang, Jojo Mayer, Mark Giuliana, Louis Cato, David Fuze, John Medeski...etc


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

1 hr, $60 30mins, $45


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

Music learning is about knowing the “foundation” and acquiring models from musical greats to build “subjective aesthetic” in order to express yourself fully . An instructor’s job is to save you from wandering around, and lead you to find your shortest route.