The First official Connecticut Idol for Fox TV, Jason dazzled a stadium audience of 10,000 in Las Vegas before returning to Hartford’s Bushnell Memorial Auditorium as special guest star performer with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra before an audience of 3,000. His musical career began when he was discovered playing the entire National Anthem on a toy organ at the age of 3. His formal studies continued at the Hartt School of Music and progressed to Central Connecticut State University’s music program where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in music performance (Jazz Studies) and Management Information Systems (computer technology).
Extremely active in his personal life, at home Jason enjoys his recording studio and office, along with a variety of hobbies, including his extensive collection of Western Electric telephones, a digital Pipe Organ, and a flock of pet chickens, to mention only a few. He enjoys frequent travel all over the country, including ocean cruises to perform and to visit with friends. He has co-hosted radio programs in Atlanta and in 2014 performed a concert on a cruise ship in the Bahamas.
Jason has performed hundreds of concerts locally and throughout the country. He performed with the New Britain Symphony Orchestra for many years during and after college. He is a performer for all occasions and is particularly sought after for his renditions from “The Great American Song Book”—appealing to audiences of all ages. An expert in computer technology, Jason has been employed by such corporations as AT&T and Apple, Inc.
Jason performs regularly at local restaurants and churches and is often called upon to perform for private affairs. He has entertained for dignitaries, including guests at the Governor’s Mansion on several occasions. Jason, though considerably humble, is admired for not only his extraordinary music talent, but also for his engaging and genuinely warm personality.