Jason Huffman (b.1978) is a Boston based composer and trumpet player whose works take much inspiration from the interplay of mathematics with the perception of time and sound. His works have been played by the Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble and Brass Ensemble, Ludovico Ensemble, Juventas New Music, the DMC percussion-clarinet duo, Bay Colony Brass, and percussionist Masako Kunimoto, clarinetist Kathleen LeBlanc Hood, violist Zoe Kemmerling, hornist Thomas Rybarczyk, soprano Sarah Rodewald, and pianist Nick Place. He received a Bachelor of Music in Composition and Trumpet Performance from Oberlin Conservatory and a Master of Music in Composition from Boston Conservatory. His primary teachers of composition have included Richard Hoffmann, Curtis Hughes, Dalit Warshaw and Jan Swafford, with additional studies with Andy Vores, Edward Miller, Randolph Coleman, John Luther Adams, Pauline Oliveros, John Adams, Tan Dun and Louis Lane.
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