Jason McChristian

Composer, Conductor, Arranger, Music Engraver
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       Jason McChristian (b.1979) is a native Californian composer whose music has been performed nationally by renowned ensemble such as the Premiere Saxophone Quartet, Nautilus Brass Quintet, and the San José Chamber Orchestra. A member of CSIC (Composers and Schools in Concert), SCI, NAfME, and ASCAP. Jason has composed for various chamber ensembles, string orchestra, and symphonic band. Jason is co-founder of South Bay Composer Collective and Melos Music and he is the Music Director and Conductor of the Cupertino Symphonic Band. He has composed for several commissions and his music is published by BCP Press.

Score catalogue
Latest Sheet Music
From Four Papers - for String Quartet
Blues
Minstrels for Five Kings - for brass quintet
Classical / Chamber music
Squad Car - for Concert Band
Classical
Contraption - a dance for string orchestra
Classical
Prelude - for a young string orchestra
Classical

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Blog

19 March 2017, News
"Luminous Travels - The Journey of LightSail-A - for trombone and symphonic band" receives it's East Coast Premiere
I am pleased to announce that the Pensacola Civic Band will be performing Luminous Travels - The Journey of LightSail-A for Trombone and Symphonic Band on April 8th in Pensacola, Florida http://www.jasonmcchristian.com/Luminous-Travels. ...
15 March 2017, News
Upcoming performance of Luminous Travels - The Journey of LightSail - A for Trombone and Symphonic Band
On Sunday, May 21 at 3pm the Cupertino Symphonic Band will perform my work "Luminous Travels - The Journey of LightSail-A for trombone and symphonic band" led by myself and our lead trombonist, Scott Yokim.  This will be the fourth performance of ...
20 November 2016, Article
On the horizon
The premiere of A Fanfare for New Horizons was a wonderful success. The work was performed at the Quinlan Center in Cupertino, CA on Sunday, November 13.  I conducted the Cupertino Symphonic Band and the soloists were our fantastic horn section. ...