Bio/Contact

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Percussionist Jared Soldiviero enjoys a multi-faceted freelance career in his hometown, New York City. As an orchestral musician, he has performed on timpani, percussion or drum set with Springfield Symphony, Albany Symphony, Stamford Symphony, American Ballet Theater, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and New York Philharmonic. During the summer Jared is Principal Timpanist at Crested Butte Music Festival.

An active chamber musician, Jared is the percussionist for Deviant Septet and has performed with Argento, Alarm Will Sound, ICE, Wet Ink, Wordless Music and Perspectives Ensemble. His interest in contemporary music has led to performances under conductors Pierre Boulez, Simon Rattle, Susanna Mälkki, Peter Eötvös, Pablo Heras-Casado, Matthias Pintscher and John Adams. Five summers attending Lucerne Festival Academy led to the creation of a massive percussion group, Ensemble XII, and multiple projects with renowned Swiss percussionist Fritz Hauser. With Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Jared took part in world premieres from Steven Stucky (Chamber Concerto) and Charles Wuorinen (Megalith for piano and 15 Players).

In addition to orchestral/chamber music, Jared also enjoys playing shows, with sub duties at An American in Paris, Bullets Over Broadway, Bridges of Madison County, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

Jared was an inaugural fellow of The Academy at Carnegie Hall and has toured with Ensemble ACJW performing interactive concerts for young audiences around the world. He is also a member of Decoda, an innovative collective of musicians who strive to combine concerts with community-based education.

Jared’s compositions, available at Bachovich Publications, have been performed by the percussion ensembles of Boston University, Rutgers and NYU. As a conductor he has led Ensemble ACJW, Juilliard Percussion Ensemble, ACME and Fireworks Ensemble.

Jared holds B.M. and M.M. degrees from The Juilliard School, where he was a student of Roland Kohloff and Gordon Gottlieb.

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