Jason C. Tramm is proud to be in his fourth season conducting the Adelphi Orchestra in its 65th season.
Maestro Tramm serves as Artistic Director and Principal Conductor with the Mid Atlantic Artistic Productions. He also serves as Music Director of Teatro Lirico D’Europa, a touring professional opera company. He served as Artistic Director of the New Jersey State Opera from 2008 to 2012 and in his 13th season as Director of Music, in Residence, of the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association in the summer months. He also serves as Music Director of two acclaimed community choral societies, the Morris Choral Society (Morristown, NJ), with whom he will begin his third season and he is excited to begin his tenure with the Taghkanic Chorale (Yorktown Heights, NY).
An accomplished educator, he serves as Director of Choral Activities at Seton Hall University where he leads the University Chorus, Chamber Choir, Orchestra, and teaches voice and conducting. He is also actively sought as a clinician and regularly presents lectures on a wide variety of musical topics. This summer marks his second season as Music Director of the Count Basie Summer Opera Camp, where he collaborates with LA Opera director, Eli Villanueva.
Mr. Tramm holds degrees in music from the Crane School, the Hartt School, and a DMA in Conducting from Rutgers University, where he was the recipient of their prestigious Presidential Fellowship. A frequent guest conductor, he has led operatic and symphonic performances in Italy, Romania, Albania, and in Hungary. He was Guest Conductor on the Narnia Festival (Narni, Italy) during the 2017 season. Guest conducting engagements for the 2018 season include the Mozart’s Cosi fan Tutte with the Light Opera of New Jersey (Basking Ridge, NJ),the Long Island Concert Orchestra (Glen Cove, NY), and Jungle Book with the Axelrod Ballet Ensemble (Deal NJ).