Jason Price, Assistant Professor of Sound Design, earned his Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Musical Arts degrees from the Eastman School of Music. He has been guest artist and given master classes and talks recently at the New York University, California Institute of the Arts, Eastman School of Music, Dartmouth College, Carthage College, Hamilton College, Otterbein College, University of Missouri – Columbia, Virginia Tech, Nazareth College, and three International Trumpet Guild Conferences. Jason has also served on the faculties of Dickinson College, Virginia Tech, Susquehanna University, and Lansing Community College.
He has written electronic and acoustic music for dance, theater, film, television, radio, and software. His work has been presented recently at Carnegie Hall, the FONT Festival, STEIM – Amsterdam, Manhattan School of Music, Ohio University, Virginia Tech and Bowling Green State University. As a sound designer he recently created the interactive electronics for several theater productions and sound installations. His work can be heard on the Nonesuch, Warner Brothers, Cantaloupe, AudioDrain, and Ace-Fu labels. His current work centers on animal migration and uses algorithmic and interactive live electronics.
Jason is a member of Alarm Will Sound, a new music ensemble based in New York, which recently performed the collaborative music theatre piece, 1969 at Carnegie Hall to rave reviews in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Wall Street Journal. His recent performance venues include Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Berlin Philharmonic, Walt Disney Hall, Conservatory of Amsterdam, the Whitney Museum, RadioKulturHaus in Vienna, the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam, the Kitchen, and the Knitting Factory.