A fearless interpreter of large-scale piano works both modern and historical, pianist Jason Hardink is much sought-after both as a soloist and chamber musician.
His repertoire ranges from Mozart and Beethoven to Messiaen and Boulez and beyond. His commitment to expanding the piano repertoire has led him to commission works by Inés Thiebaut, Thomas Osborne, and Bruce Quaglia, with premieres scheduled in 2019-20 of new music by Jason Eckardt and Steve Roens.
As Artistic Director of the NOVA Chamber Music Series for ten seasons, Mr. Hardink’s programming juxtaposed the standard works of the canon with music by living composers. As Principal Keyboard of the Utah Symphony, he has been featured as soloist in music by Andrew Norman, Charles Ives, Saint-Saëns, and more.