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RECENT PAST PERFORMANCES:

November 4, 2015
Luminous Travels - The Journey of LightSail-A 
for Trombone and Symphonic Band
Westmont High School - Jesse Sanchez

November 8, ​2015
HIJINX - for Soprano Saxophone and Symphonic Band
Cupertino Symphonic Band

December 8, 2015
Luminous Travels - The Journey of LightSail-A 
for Trombone and Symphonic Band
Fremont High School - Joseph Kelly​

Aug 16, 2015​
​A Fanfare for Curiosity - for Concert Band
Peninsula Symphonic Band
Gunn High School​

May 17, 2015
Flicker and Flare - 
for Handbell Choir and Concert Band
Bay Bells and the Cupertino Symphonic Band, 3pm
Prospect H.S., Saratoga, CA.

October 12, 2014
Issue 10, The Sage
 from Series 3 of Strange Myths and Wondrous Images
Cupertino Symphonic Band, 3pm

November 16, 2014
Issue 4, A Hero's Anthem 
from Series 1 of Strange Myths and Wondrous Images
Cupertino Symphonic Band, 3pm

​December 10, 2013
​​Squad Car - for Concert Band 
Santa Teresa High School, Director Julie Bounds

December 6, 7, 13 -15, 2013
Stars - for SATB Choir
Occidental Community Choir
Occidental Center for the Arts, 8pm (final performance 3pm)

December 13 -15, 2013
Godunov's Magical Christmas Egg
Incidental Music for the play by Dennis Carter
Coleman Auditorium, Gualala Arts Center, Gualala, CA., 7pm

November 10, 2013
Ceremonies Past and Present - for Concert Band 
Cupertino Symphonic Band Veteran's Concert
Quinlan Community Center, 3:00pm








Jason McChristian (b.1979) is a native Californian composer whose music has been performed nationally by renowned ensembles 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.
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UPCOMING PERFORMANCES:


2016 TBD
Stars - for Three String Orchestras
San Jose Youth Chamber Orchestras

May 2016
Stars - for Concert Band
Cupertino Symphonic Band
FEATURED COMPOSITION:
Now Available!
A Fanfare for New Horizons
for Four Horns and Concert Band
from NASA Fanfares


CURRENT PROJECTS:
Hangs and Crashes
In 2006, NASA launched the space probe New Horizons to explore Pluto, it's surrounding moons, and the Kuiper Belt. 
Since reaching the dwarf planet in 2015, New Horizons has brought back stunning data and beautiful photos and, with
the mission expecting to last until 2026, should continue to astonish scientists and the general public for years to come.