Percussionist Jared Soldiviero enjoys a multi-faceted freelance career in his hometown, New York City.
As an orchestral musician, he has performed on timpani, percussion or drum set with St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Springfield Symphony, NOVUS NY, Princeton Symphony, Albany Symphony, Stamford Symphony, American Ballet Theater and New York Philharmonic.
Before 2020, he spent 2.5 years touring the USA and Canada in the orchestra for Les Misérables. In NYC, he has subbed at Flying Over Sunset, Hello Dolly!, An American in Paris, Bullets Over Broadway, Bridges of Madison County, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
An active chamber musician, Jared was the percussionist for Deviant Septet and has performed with Decoda, Alarm Will Sound, Ensemble Connect, Harlem Chamber Players, ICE, Bronx Arts Ensemble, Wet Ink, Wordless Music, and Perspectives Ensemble among others. His passion for contemporary music led to an ongoing relationship with the Lucerne Festival Academy alumni and performances under conductors Pierre Boulez, Simon Rattle, Susanna Mälkki, Peter Eötvös, Pablo Heras-Casado, Matthias Pintscher and John Adams.
With Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Jared has played world premieres from Steven Stucky (Chamber Concerto), Charles Wuorinen (Megalith for piano and 15 Players), Timo Andres (The Blind Banister), and Sally Beamish (Piano Concerto No. 3, City Stanzas).
Jared holds B.M. and M.M. degrees from The Juilliard School, where he studied with Roland Kohloff and Gordon Gottlieb.