About Jackson Brothers
Jackson Brothers is a violinist, pianist, and composer who teaches violin, viola, and piano lessons at Lakewood Music Academy. Originally from rural Arkansas, Jackson now splits his time between Cleveland and New York City. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in both Violin Performance and Composition from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music, as well as a Master of Fine Arts degree from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Jackson has completed the Suzuki Association of the Americas teacher training for Suzuki Violin Method Books 1-4 with Allen Lieb through the School for Strings in New York City, and is currently enrolled in teacher training for Books 5-8. Jackson has been teaching private lessons for several years in both Cleveland and New York City, and previously worked for the Baldwin Wallace Community Arts School as a piano accompanist, director’s assistant, and violin sectional coach for the String Orchestra, String Ensemble, Junior and Senior Youth Orchestras, and Summer String Camp. Jackson has also served as a violin soloist for numerous community theatre productions throughout the Cleveland area, as well as for independent films and pre-Broadway musicals in New York City. When he’s not teaching, performing, or writing music, Jackson is an avid runner and enjoys competing in 5K and 10k races.