Fifteen-year-old Jasper from New York City (born New York, March 2002) began his piano studies at the age of five.
Recently selected as a finalist for National Public Radio’s “From the Top” classical music radio program, Jasper has been a laureate in more than fifteen domestic and international piano competitions, with more than twenty gala and competition performances at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall.
Among his accomplishments are top prizes in AADGT’s International Young Gifted Musician’s Competition, American Protégé International Piano Competition, American Fine Arts Festival, Bradshaw & Buono International Competition, and Golden Key Music Festival; participation in the Schlern Music Festival, scholarships to the Vianden International Music Festival in Luxembourg and the Alexander & Buono festival in New York; masterclasses with Eduardo Delgado and Mikhail Voskresensky; and, performances with chamber ensembles in Europe and the United States.
New York Concert Review in its review of Jasper’s October 2016 benefit concert for MusiCorps extolled Jasper’s “astounding lyricism” and “deep emotional bond with the music.”
Jasper studies piano with Elena Rossman in New York.
Jasper’s other passions are aeronautical engineering, drums, fencing and skiing. Jasper attends Horace Mann High School in New York.