attended the New England Conservatory and studied under Louis Krasner and
In the 1990s,
he appeared on the following recordings: Blake
Songs & Other Works by Jonathan Lovenstein,
The First Time by Carri Coltrane; Jupiter
88; and, Metamorphosen.
whom he has worked include Andover Chamber Music, the Auros
Group for New Music, the Baltimore Symphony, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the
Boston Ballet, Boston Pops, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Breckenridge
Chamber Orchestra, the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra, the
Charleston Symphony, the Colorado Symphony, the Hartford Symphony, the
Lexington Sinfonietta, the Munich Chamber
Orchestra, the New World Symphony, the New York String Orchestra, and the Rochester
In 2001, he appeared
on the CDs, Tuck and Roll by
Stephen Mackey and White Mares of the
Moon by the New World Symphony.
He was a guest
soloist with the Charleston Symphony at the First Presbyterian Church on 29th
May 2003 in a program that comprised Samuel Barber’s “Violin
Concerto, Op. 14” and Gian-Carlo Menotti’s
“Concerto in A minor”.
2004, he soloed on Peteris Vasks’
“Distant Light”, a violin concerto in one movement that was
choreographed by Peter Martins for the Boston Ballet.
He and pianist
Debra Ayers and cellist Mark Moscovitz
interpreted Jay Anthony Gach’s “Trio
Grande” on 5th November 2004.
In May 2005,
the Auros Group for New Music presented an
evening of Argentine music with the Boston Tango Society in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Jason was the
guest leader of the BBC Symphony Orchestra on 21st May 2005 at
the Barbican in a concert of “The Bells” by Sergei Rachmaninoff
and “Symphony No. 15” by Dmitri Shostakovich.
In 2006, he
became a member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
He was the
featured soloist of the Lexington Sinfonietta when
they offered up Barber’s “Violin Concerto” at the National Heritage Museum
on 8th April 2006.
In April 2009,
he and cellist Jonathan Miller, glass harmonica player Thomas Bloch, violinist
Elita Kang and violist Edward Gazouleas
delivered the American premiere of “Sonatina
for Glass Harmonica and Strings” by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.
He and fellow
BSO member Julianne Lee gave a recital at the James Library and Center for
the Arts with the library’s music director, bassist Larry Wolfe, on 3rd
In 2009, he
appeared on the CD/DVD, Chris Botti in Boston.
Chamber Music entertained at West
on 29th September 2010.
Their program comprised Antonin Dvorak’s
“Quartet for Strings No. 12 in F major” (“American”),
Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Symphony No. 97 in C major” and
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s “Sextet
for Strings in D major” (“Souvenir of Florence”).
In February 2011, Jason and cellist Owen Young and violist Rebecca Glitter performed
Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Quartet No. 2 in E minor, Op. 59”
(“Razumovsky”) and Gabriel Faure’s
“Quartet in E minor, Op. 121” at the Thayer Academy for the Arts
and Twelfth Baptist Church.
In the field
of music education, he has served on the faculties of the New England
Conservatory and Project STEP.