Jason Farnham, United States
An award-winning performer, composer, and song writer, Jason’s classical piano training began at age four. While in high school and during college at Ohio University, he crafted a signature style of music. Based on his comical presentations, interaction with audiences, and playing a Schoenhut toy piano, fans compare him to both “Schroeder from Peanuts and Victor Borge. Jason’s spectacular show sampler includes “An Evening of Contemporary Piano,” along with special Valentine and Christmas performances which never fail to delight audiences throughout the United States.
Between concerts, Jason composes music for film and TV at his studio in Santa Rosa, California. He has received a number of credits including a Platinum Remi Award at the 2011 Houston International Film Festival for a comedy short film “You Are What You Eat.” His licensed piano and electronic music is used in public service announcements, promos, and election campaigns.