Described as a "Young pianist, who is obviously a thinking,
serious-minded professional" by G. George of The Statesman in New Delhi, India, pianist Jason Cutmore has performed solo recitals and collaborative concerts throughout North America, Europe and Asia. In February of 2005, Mr. Cutmore made his Chicago recital debut in the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series, which was broadcast live on WFMT radio, and shown on Chicago Cable TV 25. In 2004 he made his second tour of India, where he performed solo recitals in Bombay, New Delhi, Calcutta, Pune and Bangalore. Additionally, Mr. Cutmore has given performances in Lithuania, Germany, and has performed for Hungarian National Radio. In North America, Mr. Cutmore has performed recitals in Banff, Calgary, Chicago, Cleveland, Edmonton and New York. He has recorded de Falla’s Nights in the Garden of Spain with the Edmonton Youth Orchestra and collaborated with Robert Shannon and Haewon Song on recording the music of George Crumb for Bridge Records. On tour, Mr. Cutmore enjoys giving master classes as well as lectures, which gives him the opportunity to share his love of Spanish music with audiences across the world.
Originally from Edmonton, Canada, where he was a student of
pianist and conductor Michael Massey, Mr. Cutmore later moved to New York City to continue his studies with Eleanor Hancock. Mr. Cutmore received his Bachelor of Music Degree from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music where he was a student of Robert Shannon. Currently he is working with Stephanie Brown at the Purchase College Conservatory of Music in New York.
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