Robert Jarosh is a Tampa, Florida based music director and pianist. As a keyboard player, Robert has worked on dozens of shows, concerts, and other performances including the National Tours of Wicked, 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 is an on call accompanist for Norwegian Cruise Line, Walt Disney World, Sea World Parks and Entertainment, and others. Robert is a staff accompanist at the University of South Florida for the School of Theatre and Dance and the University of Tampa for the BFA Musical Theatre program. Additionally, Robert has enjoyed working with other great Tampa organizations and theatres including Berkeley Preparatory School, Plant High School, Alonso High School, Jobsite Theatre, American Stage, Stageworks Theatre, The Straz Center, Temple Schaarai Zedek, Temple Beth-El and more.

Locally, Robert had the opportunity to music direct and play/conduct for the nation’s first regional premiers of First Date the Musical and Silence! the Musical at the The David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts.

A graduate of the University of Tampa, Robert studied Piano Performance with Dr. Grigorious Zamparas. In addition to his primary studies, he minored in Theatre, accompanied several ensembles, played in the jazz big band, and acted as musical director for over a dozen cabarets and within his music fraternity, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.