Jason M. Horner, is active as a choral conductor in many venues in the Twin Cities area. He is artistic director of the Elizabethan Syngers. He is also director of the Chancel Choir at Minnetonka Lutheran Church in Minnetonka, MN.

He founded and was artistic director of the Fergus Falls Men’s Chorale. He has taught k-12 vocal music in both public and private schools in Minnesota and Indiana. He designed, developed and taught curricula for music theory courses and a co-curricular course called “Garage Band.”

Jason received honors as a student conductor with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir as well as Henry Leck's Creating Artistry summer conducting workshop. He attended the Berkshire Choral Festival as a Choral Scholar this July and worked with notable conductor, Simon Carrington, formerly a founding member of the King's Singers.

He holds a Master of Music degree in Conducting from Butler University in Indianapolis, IN and Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. He is a member of Early Music America, the American Choral Director's Association, Chorus America, and the Minnesota Music Educators Association (MENC). Jason offers private voice instruction at Grace Music Academy in Andover, MN. He is active as a soloist in the Metro Community. He also sings with the Hymnos and the Minnesota Chorale.