Robert Jarosh is a Tampa, Florida based music director, pianist, and teacher. As a keyboard player, Robert has worked on hundreds of shows, concerts, and other performances including the Broadway National Tours of Wicked, Aladdin, The Book of Mormon, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, and Andrea Bocelli in Concert.
In Florida, Robert works extensively as a pianist and keyboard player. He has been an on-call accompanist forWalt Disney World, Norwegian Cruise Line, Sea World Parks and Entertainment, and others. Robert is a staff accompanist at The University of Tampa for the BFA Musical Theatre program and has been on the staff as music director and pianist at the University of South Florida for the School of Theatre and Dance. Additionally, Robert works frequently with many Tampa area schools, theatres, actors, churches, and synagogues.
Robert maintains a busy in-person studio in Tampa teaching approximately 100 lessons per month. His students range from beginner to advanced, elementary school to adults, and everything in between. As an active working pianist, Robert understands the skills that allow students to be versatile and play in many different styles and genres while mastering the fundamentals of technique and theory.