Jason Stinson

USA / Lone Grove Public Schools

Jason Stinson

Jason Stinson is an active educator, arranger, clinician, adjudicator, and performer in the greater Tulsa area.

Currently, he is the Percussion Coordinator for Muskogee Public Schools. Additionally, Jason has a large private studio of percussion students through the Zomac School of Music.

Jason is also on staff with the Texoma Marching Arts and Leadership Academy in Ardmore, Oklahoma. This camp facilitates over 400 drum majors, drumline, frontline, and color guard members from all across Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, and Arkansas. His responsibilities for the camp include writing and arranging for multiple performing ensembles, teaching tenor sectionals and one of the multiple audition based drumlines, and coordinating the field percussion for the Leadership track.

Jason received his bachelor’s degree in Instrumental Music Education from East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. During this time, he studied under Dr. Ben Finley. Jason also received a master's degree in Percussion Education from East Central University, studying under Dr. Nick Meyers.

Jason is an educational artist with Black Swamp Percussion, Salyers/Encore Percussion, and Dream Cymbals. Jason holds an elected officer position for the
Oklahoma Chapter of PAS, and is an active member of multiple professional music organizations including the Percussive Arts Society, Oklahoma Band Masters Association, Oklahoma Music Educators Association, Eastern District Band Directors Association, and the National Association for Music Educators.

Jason’s most recent accomplishments include presenting at the 2022 Oklahoma Music Educators Association (OkMEA) annual conference, was elected to be the Percussion Specialist for the EDBDA Honor Band, and performing with the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra. Jason lives in Muskogee, Oklahoma with his beautiful wife Kadie and their precious labradoodle, Dug.