Jason Wang came to the United States to pursue his musical dream when he was 19 years old. Jason received his Bachelor’s degree in Viola Performance at the University of Southern Mississippi. In addition, he obtained his Suzuki training with Ms. Marilyn O’boyle in 2018 in Hattiesburg, MS and began teaching. He later moved to Fort Worth, Texas to pursue his Master's degree. During this two-year time of study, Jason not only prepared students to audition for the Grand Prairie Fine Arts Academy, but he also taught students who were picking up a hobby outside of school. For him, he couldn't be prouder than seeing the progress his students have made. Soon after, he graduated in May 2021 from Texas Christian University where he studied with Dr. Galaganov. After taking a gap year spending some family time back home in Taiwan and finishing military service, he came back to the States to continue his musical journey. Jason is now working on an Advanced Music Studies certificate at Carnegie Mellon University. He is living happily with his partner, Gladis and the Piggycats trio. (Two cats: Toothless & Mao-mi, and Cuy, the guinea pig)
His teaching style is all about encouraging the student to appreciate and enjoy the music, as well as being communicational with the parents. This is one of the principles of the Suzuki Method: establishing the triangle relationship between Teacher, Student, and the Parents. One of his biggest goals is to transmit his musical knowledge to the younger generation and inspire them to love music.