The trumpet player, composer and educator Jason Palmer is one of the most claimed musicians of his generation. He has performed alongside Roy Haynes, Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Smith, Wyton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchesta, Kurt Rosenwinke, Ravi Coltrane, Mark Turner, Jeff Ballard, Lee Konitz, Phil Woods, Común, Roy Hargrove, Lewish Nash, among others.
Jason won the 2014 jazz scholarship from French America Cultural Exchange and was named member in musical composition of the Cultural Council of Massachusetts. Jason was first place in the 2009 Carmine Caruso International Jazz trumpet Solo Competition and in june 2007 Downbeat Magazine quoted him as one of the “25 trumpet players of the future”. Besides playing as sideman in more than 40 albums, Jason has recorded eight albums under his own name and currently for Steeplechase Records (3 out of 4 of his recordings scored 4 stars in Downbeat magazine). Jason has travelled around more than 30 countries with saxophone players Greg Osby, Grace Kelly, Matana Roberts, as well as other distinguished artists invited to multiple musical proyects.