Jason Lovelace, an active composer of acoustic and electroacoustic music, currently serves as an adjunct instructor for the theory division at Towson University’s Department of Music. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Frederick Community College in Maryland and Northern Virginia Community College. He is a recipient of The Catholic University of America’s Furfey graduate fellowship and a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda music honors society.
Lovelace’s chief compositional interest is the transformation of scientific and technological phenomena into musical terms. His compositions have been broadcast internationally and performed in a variety of regional, national and international venues, with Echoes of Apollo 11 (2013) programed at the 2014 International Trumpet Guild conference. His recent commissions include Echoes of Apollo 11 for trumpet octet and electronics commissioned by the Wayne State University Trumpet Ensemble, and The Information Age (2012) for concert band and celebrating the eponymous age commissioned by the NVCC Alexandria Concert Band