Dr. Jason Longtin is an adjunct assistant professor of music education at the University of Florida, where he teaches graduate courses for the online Master of Music in Music Education program. In addition to his adjunct work at the University of Florida, Dr. Longtin is Associate Professor of Music at the College of Central Florida (Ocala, FL), where he conducts the Patriot Singers, Vocal Jazz Ensemble, teaches upper-level music theory, and serves as the music director and conductor for musical theatre productions.
Prior to teaching at the post-secondary level, Dr. Longtin taught music at Lyman High School (Longwood, FL), Crystal River (FL) High School, and Florida Virtual School. Choirs under his direction have performed throughout the United States, Italy, and Switzerland. As a composer, his music has been performed throughout the United States, Mexico, and Europe.
Dr. Longtin is an active clinician and adjudicator, has presented sessions at the International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education and Florida Music Education conferences, and served on the State Board of the Florida Vocal Association. He is currently the Choral Music Coordinator for the Florida College System Activities Association. Dr. Longtin holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Stetson University and both a Master of Music in Music Education and Ph.D. in Music Education from the University of Florida.