Jason Singh is a multi-disciplinary artist who creates and facilitates work through the mediums of sound, music, photography, poetry and moving image.
Jason’s work is rooted in inspiring people to engage in exciting creative experiences, through performance and participation.
As well as his solo career as a Human Beatboxer/Vocal Sculptor he also collaborates with organisations to further develop Beatboxing as an art form of free expression, some of these include the PRSF, Serious, National Portrait Gallery, BFI, Jaipur Virasat Foundation, Rajasthan International Folk Festival, Jaipur Literature Festival, Royal Albert Hall, V&A Museum, Sampler Culture Clash, Glastonbury Festival, The Sage Gateshead, Sing Up, BBC and Aldeburgh Music/Snape Maltings Concert Hall to name but a few.
Jason records and performs across many musical genres and some of his past and present collaborations include working with Nitin Sawhney, drummers Sebastian Rochford and Luke Flowers, saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings, guitarist Stuart McCallum, trumpeter Matthew Halsall, percussionists Shivamani and Marco Fadda, clarinetists Arun Ghosh and Idris Rahman, Sarod player Soumik Datta, singers Susheela Rahman and Rupa and The April Fishes. He is also musical director of Dharohar, a cross faith/cultural music project based in Rajasthan, India.
Jason also composes music for film, theatre, dance and facilitates sound and music workshops to young people and adults. These include Beatboxing, DJ, Music Production and Sound Healing.
Jason is a collaborative partner in a variety of projects across a range of creative disciplines including sound, music, dance, theatre and textiles. He is also an advocate for the Sing Up programme, associate lecturer at the Manchester Metropolitan University and the sound artist in residence at the V&A Museum in London.