- Act Type: Instrumentalist, Male Vocalist
- Minutes of Material: 120
- Languages: English
- Home Airport: Rochester, USA-NY (ROC)
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Jason was born and raised in Rochester, NY. At age 8, he began his journey into the world of music with piano lessons. He has played for rock bands, disco bands, the occasional piano bar, and cabaret acts.
In 2006, his practice paid off and landed him a Standby role as Peter in John Doyle’s Tony Award winning revival of Company on Broadway. Jason has also worked at The Walt Disney World Resort, performing as Baloo the Bear in Journey Into the Jungle Book, as the Drum Major at EPCOT with the Spirit of America Fife and Drum Corps, and most recently as Bruce the Shark and Gill the moor fish in Finding Nemo the Musical. A dream come true for a boy who grew up in love with Disney. In 2007, he was fortunate enough to tour the country with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Whistle Down the Wind. In February 2014, Jason finished up performing in the Toronto Premiere of the New 25th Anniversary Production of Les Miserables after being on tour with the show for 3 years. It was a beautiful re-staging of the epic musical and Jason was proud to be a part of something that was so familiarly new.
Jason has also been seen on TV on “Bull”, “FBI:Most Wanted”, “A Crime to Remember”, and “We Crashed”. He recently wrote a song for Dixie Longate’s new stage show “Cherry Bombs and Bottle Rockets” adding to his catalogue of original music. For more, visit: TheJasonO.com or follow @TheJasonO on Facebook and Instagram
2 shows both can be done 45-60 minutes
“Sing Us a Song”:
Jason Ostrowski started playing piano in the second grade. Since then it’s been a lifelong ride that has led him to many stages and places with the piano along for the ride. From Broadway to T.V., join Jason as he shares his story, highlighted with comedy and songs by Billy Joel, Neil Diamond, Frank Sinatra and more. This show is sure to have you singing along!
“Bennie and the Rest: a Tribute to Sir Elton John”:
Jason Ostrowski captures the very essence of Sir Elton John in this tribute to the legendary artist. Kenny Passarelli, Elton’s former bassist of the famed 1975 Dodger Stadium shows said “Jason captures the energy, the musicality, the look! Watching him perform reminded me of being on stage with Elton!”. Spend an evening reliving the hits of the Rocket Man in this live concert experience.