Jason Singh is musician, composer, sound artist, creative facilitator, producer and performer. He works across all art forms and his work is an ongoing exploration and collaboration between the voice, body and music technology. 

As well as being a solo artist, Singh also collaborates with a wide variety of organisations, artists and festivals, some of which include the BBC, V&A Museum, British Council, Tate Britain, BFI, Serious, PRS for music, Aldeburgh Music, Arts Council England, Creative Scotland, Royal Exchange Theatre, ENO, Aberdeen Performing Arts, Sage Gateshead, Nitin Sawhney, Rokia Traore, Aidan O Rourke, Seb Rochford, Scanner, Tim Exile, Stuart Macallum, Arun Ghosh, Soumik Datta, Shabaka Hutchings, Celtic Connections, Glastonbury festival, Jaipur Literature Festival and the Rajasthan International Folk Festival, to name a few.

Alongside performances and commissions, Jason also facilitates national and international music projects.  In the past this has included DJ'ing, Percussion and Music Technology but since 2003 Singh's educational focus been around the voice, beatboxing and music technology. He is passionate about working with people of all ages, abilities and cultures, regardless of geographical location. This has seen him deliver small, medium and large-scale projects across the UK, Europe, South Asia and Australia.        

Singh's compositions and commissions find their way moving through music, sound art, live performance, film, visual art, sound design, television, dance, poetry, theatre, science, textiles, ceramics, education and research. His work is also featured on the BBC series ImagineSpringwatch and Countryfile.

Jason's associate artist and residency commissions include V&A Museum, Aberdeen Performing Arts, Fermynwoods Contemporary Art and in 2017 he will be resident artist in Hull as part of the Hull 2017 City of Culture and PRS New Music Biennial.