has an active life as a soloist and chamber musician.
has received numerous awards for his
chamber collaboration, such as grand prize in the Concert Artists Guild Competition and top prize in the Munich ARD International Competition.
Jason is a founding member of the Amelia Piano Trio.
Jason has also been a member of the Avalon String Quartet, the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, and has appeared frequently as the cellist for the Mark Morris Dance Group which tours throughout the United States and Europe.
The Amelia Trio maintains a busy performance schedule, which has brought them throughout North America and Europe.
Recently, National Public Radio invited the trio to spend a week in their headquarters in Washington D.C. as a young ensemble in residence.
The trio loves to expand the boundaries of classical music, and has created a new collaboration with the Sean Curran Dance Company
Dedicated to music of our time, Jason
has commissioned works from many composers, including Pulitzer Prize Winner John Harbison.
is a recipient of Chamber Music America's ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming and can be heard on the labels Sony, Naxos, Channel Classics, Traditional Crossroads, and Cedille Records.
This past year Jason
was involved in a bike accident that sent him over his
Luckily the accident happened right in front of the volunteer ambulance of the town of Durham, CT. On the way to the Yale/New Haven Hospital
, the ambulance medics cut off all his
clothes with a pair of enormous scissors.
Three hours later, and all good news, found Jason
and Anthea forty-five minutes from home without a wallet, cell phone, or clothes.