Kason Jackson

Kason Jackson is the Director of Vocal Music at Carteret High School. Mr. Jackson holds a bachelor of music degree in music education with a concentration in voice from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.
At Carteret High School, Mr. Jackson developed a vocal program with three curricular levels (Concert Choir, Chorale, & Chamber Choir) with more than 100 students participating. Under his direction, his choirs consistently received superior ratings at festivals and competitions including Music in the Parks, Heritage Music Festival, NJACDA High School Choral Festival & ICHSA Competition.
As a choral artist, Mr. Jackson has performed in venues around the world including New York's Lincoln Center (Alice Tully Hall), Yankee Stadium, Philadelphia's Kimmel Center, Gloucester Cathedral (United Kingdom), London's Chapel of the Old Royal Naval College, the University of Utrect in Utrect, Netherlands and more.
An active member of the National Association for Music Education, the American Choral Directors Association, and the New Jersey Music Educators Association, Mr. Jackson frequently attends state & regional conferences and professional development clinics to further his growth as a musician, conductor, and educator.