Jason Vieaux has an extensive discography that includes the 2015 Best Classical Instrumental Solo GRAMMY® Award winner, Play. Performance highlights include Caramoor Festival as artist-in-residence, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, Buenos Aires’ Teatro Colón, the Royal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, New York’s 92Y, and Ravinia Festival.
Frequent collaborators include the Escher String Quartet, harpist Yolanda Kondonassis, violinist Anne Akiko Meyers, and accordion/bandoneonist Julien Labro. He has appeared as a soloist with over 100 orchestras, and has fostered premieres by Jonathan Leshnoff, Avner Dorman, Jeff Beal, Dan Visconti, David Ludwig, Vivian Fung, and José Luis Merlin. Vieaux has received a Naumburg Foundation top prize, a Cleveland Institute of Music Distinguished Alumni Award, First Prize at the Guitar Foundation of America International Guitar Competition, and a Salon de Virtuosi Career Grant.
Vieaux was the first classical musician featured on NPR’s “Tiny Desk” series. He plays a 2013 Gernot Wagner guitar with Augustine strings.