Music For The Soul
Back from the NPM conference in Cincinati, Ohio
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"The Mass of Exaltation by Jason Liles is very well-crafted and engaging. Starting with the Gloria's rhythmic energy and progressing through many movements of harmonic excitement to the gentle lyricism of Lamb of God, this music will appeal to many people. St. Anne Parish is quickly growing in confidence and appreciation of this new Mass setting."
Scott Feldhausen, D.M.A , Director of Music St. Anne Catholic Church Beaumont, TX
We had our most successful year yet!! Selling music to over a dozen states and almost 50 different churches!!
"Call Us, Good Shepherd"
"Here With Us"
"Gather Us at Your Table"
"All the Ends of the Earth"
We are now offering SAB and SSA (only in PDF format) of our most popular piece "For God So Loved the World"!!
Artist & Composer
Originally from Texas, Jason started playing the piano and organ for the church when he was only 12 years old. He has continued to play for several churches throughout the years including Our Lady of Lourdes, Our Lady of Good Council, St. Joseph and St Raphael. He also performed for many weddings, funerals, and civic events throughout Texas and Louisiana.
Jason attended Lamar University in Beaumont for 3 years and studied piano and percussion. He moved to Lake Charles in 1997 and continued his studies at McNeese State University and graduated with a Bachelors and Masters in Music Education. Jason has performed with the Lake Charles Choral Foundation, Symphony, and Community Band. He is currently the principle pianist at Saint Martin de Porres in Lake Charles and lives in Iowa. He is married to Rebecca Liles and has two children, Abby and Hunter Liles.
* May 1 : Piano Spring Concert
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* July 10-14 : NPM convention
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"Our parish was introduced to Jason Liles' music this past weekend with his Lamb of God (Mass of Exaltation). This beautiful setting is a fine example of Jason's excellent composing. We found it to be readily singable for both the choir and assembly."
John Ortt, Star of the Sea Catholic Church, Virginia Beach, VA