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Jeremy Filsell has recorded for BBC Radio 3, USA and Scandinavian radio networks in solo and concerto roles as both a pianist and organist and has a discography comprising over 25 solo recordings. Gramophone magazine commented on the series of 12 albums (Guild) that comprised the premiere recordings of Marcel Dupré’s complete organ works in 2000 that it was one of the greatest achievements in organ recording … Filsell’s astonishing interpretative and technical skills make for compulsive listening … truly distinguished, compelling and unquestionably authoritative performances; Filsell has phenomenal technique. In 2005, Signum released a 3-album set on the famous 1890 Cavaillé-Coll organ in St. Ouen Rouen of the complete organ symphonies of Louis Vierne. These were BBC Radio 3’s Disc of the Week in September of that year.
Jeremy Filsell studied as an Organ Scholar at Oxford University, then as a post-graduate, piano under David Parkhouse and Hilary McNamara at the Royal College of Music. He completed a PhD on aesthetic and interpretative issues in the organ music of Marcel Dupré at Birmingham Conservatoire/BCU. Over the course of his career, he has taught piano, organ and academic studies at a number of English schools (including Cranleigh and Eton), given masterclasses at universities and on summer courses in both the UK and USA, served on international competition juries and has held academic and keyboard lectureships at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music in London. Currently, he lives in the USA and besides international performing and teaching activities, is Artist-in- Residence at Washington National Cathedral in Washington DC.