Music Programs

Jason Richmond

Adjunct Faculty, Composition, Music Program

Jason Richmond received his Doctorate in Music Composition at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM). His works, both acoustic and electronic, have been performed throughout the United States and Europe, including performances of his computer music at the Ball State New Music Festival, Electronic Music Midwest Festival, the Electro-acoustic Barn Dance Music Festival, a performance at Kainan University in Taiwan, a performance at the Manchester Music Festival, and a performance of his award-winning work PLuCK at the ICMC in Daegu, South Korea. He recently completed the NES Artist Residency in Iceland, focusing on commissioned works. Dr. Richmond received his Bachelor of Music at Northern Kentucky University, his Masters degree in Music Composition at the University of Louisville, and was under the direction of Dr. Joel Hoffman, Dr. Michael Fiday, and Dr. Mara Helmuth at CCM for his D.M.A. He is the recipient of CCM’s Composer Competition Award and was commissioned by the CCM Philharmonia to write a new work during their 2013/2014 season. His orchestral piece, Ctrl + Alt + Del, was recorded by the Brno Philharmonia in the Czech Republic and is featured on ABLAZE Records Orchestral Masters Vol. 4 disc and was a Semi-Finalist in the 2020 American Prize Orchestra Division competition. Dr. Richmond teaches Music Theory, Music Technology, and Music Composition at Northern Kentucky University and Music Composition at Xavier University.