The Los Angeles-based Farnham was born in Brooklyn, NY, grew up in Ohio, and began playing the piano at the age of four. An international entertainer, Farnham has been called a “chameleon artist” because of his ability to switch musical genres from new age piano to Euro-style rock. His gigs have ranged from the baby grand at Deepak Chopra's retreat in San Diego to the synthesizer in Sunset Strip's hottest techno dance clubs. A diverse composer and songwriter, his song “Rock Star”, from the album “Barriers”, has been placed in the new feature film, “American High School”. “Morning Coffee”, from the same album, was featured on the Filter Magazine Channel on all American Airlines flights for the month of January 2009. Jason has also appeared as a pianist in an episode of “Queen Bees”, which aired Fall 2008 on Nickelodeon. Recent projects include music composition for a BMW spot, a nationally distributed medical DVD, and scoring a new film by Brotherhood Pictures, "Hiding in the Open". More information is available at www.jasonfarnham.com.
In his current live show, “An Evening of Contemporary Piano with Jason Farnham”, he plays a great blend of his signature original compositions from his albums “Serene” and “Special Times”, such as the ever popular pieces “When” and the title track “Serene”, along with new original Latin, bossa nova, and jazz pieces. Whether it’s his ability to connect with the audience on a personal level, the way he creates a variety of emotions through his soul-soothing compositions, or the inclusion of occasional guest artists such as world-renowned percussionist Ian Dobson or Ohio based vocalist Lorna Parks, Jason’s true gift of captivating the audience and taking them along on his picturesque musical journey is unmatched by any other. To see a three-minute promotional video of Jason’s show, please visit