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Jonah Wei-Haas Jonah Wei-Haas

JONAH WEI-HAAS is an American pianist / keyboardist, producer, arranger, and teacher. He first began playing classical piano at age 8. In high school, he was introduced to Thelonius Monk and promptly fell in love with jazz, funk, rock, and other groove and improvisational based music.

In 2007, Jonah received the World Tour Scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music where he studied with incredible musicians and teachers including: Joanne Brackeen, Ray Santisi, Leo Blanco, Eldar Djangirov, Dave Limina, Jamey Haddad, Neil Olmstead, Laszlo Gardony, Mark Whitfield, Tiger Okoshi, and others. In 2012, he graduated with Dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Piano Performance and Electronic Production and Design.

In the short time since leaving Berklee, Jonah has accumulated millions of views and over 100,000 subscribers on YouTube where he features performances of originals and original arrangements of EDM songs on his Nord Stage EX piano.

Currently based in Los Angeles, CA, Jonah is a professional touring and session musician, music producer, and teacher. He is currently the keyboardist, playback engineer, and traveling musical director for Indonesian artist, Rich Brian (88 Rising).

He’s also the keyboardist, producer, and musical director for Aliyah Moulden (The Voice Season 12 - Top 3), and Love, Alexa. And he performs regularly as the pianist accompanist with Branden James (America's Got Talent),

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Primary Instrument



Los Angeles

Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced


I have taught lessons one on one and in small group formats for over 7 years now. I am happy to work with you to achieve your own personal musical goals.


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