Jason J. Moy holds degrees in harpsichord and Early Music performance from McGill University in Montreal, where his primary teachers and mentors included Hank Knox, Luc Beauséjour, and the late Bruce Haynes. Jason is a native of Chicago, and currently serves on the faculty of the DePaul University School of Music, where he teaches harpsichord and chamber music, and directs the Baroque Ensemble. His concert activities as a soloist and collaborative artist have taken him throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, and include appearances at the 2013 and 2015 Boston Early Music Festivals, and the prestigious York Early Music Festival in the United Kingdom in 2009.
Jason is the Artistic Director of Ars Musica Chicago, and regularly performs with his award-winning period instrument ensemble, Trio Speranza. He is a frequent guest artist with such respected ensembles as the Bach Week Festival Orchestra, Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, Newberry Consort, and Music of the Baroque, and has been featured in live performances on ABC7 and CBS2 television, and BBC Radio 3, and is frequently heard on Chicago’s classical radio station, WFMT98.7. In his free time, Jason loves visiting the Art Institute of Chicago, reading early American maritime and military history, and cooking for family and friends.