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He has recorded for BBC Radio 3, USA, and Scandinavian radio networks in solo and concerto roles and his discography comprises more than 30 solo recordings. Gramophone magazine commented on the series of 12 albums comprising the premiere recordings of Marcel Dupré’s complete organ works for Guild in 2000 that it was ‘one of the greatest achievements in organ recording’. In 2005, Signum released a 3-disc set of the six organ symphonies of Louis Vierne, recorded on the 1890 Cavaillé-Coll organ in St. Ouen Rouen. This was BBC Radio 3’s Disc of the Week in September of that year. He has taught at universities, summer schools, and conventions in both the UK and USA and has served on international organ competition juries.Recent solo recital engagements have taken him across the USA and UK and to Germany, France, Finland, Sweden and Norway. In North America, he concertizes under the auspices of Philip Truckenbrod Concert Artists.
As an organ student of Nicolas Kynaston in London and Daniel Roth in Paris, Jeremy studied music at Oxford University (Keble College) before completing graduate studies in piano performance with David Parkhouse and Hilary McNamara at the Royal College of Music inb London. He was awarded his PhD at Birmingham Conservatoire/BCU for research involving aesthetic and interpretative issues in the music of Marcel Dupré. Before moving to the USA in 2008, he held lectureships at the Royal Academy of Music in London and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and was a lay clerk in the choir at St. George’s Windsor Castle. He currently combines an international recital and teaching career with being director of music at The Church of the Epiphany indowntown Washington DC, artist-in-residence at Washington National Cathedral, and Professor of Organ at the Catholic University of America.