"He’s very well developed for a young man of his age; he’s got very good instincts musically, and it seems to me theatrically as well; he’s certainly got a good voice and he’s absolutely on the right path."
A former recipient of the Opera Australia Student Scholarship and graduate of the Talent Development Project, Jeremy has starred in the lead roles for productions of The Pirates of Penzance and The King & I. He was also a featured artist in the Schools Spectacular and Southern Stars.
Jeremy has featured as a concert soloist for the Opera Australia Benevolent Fund, Sydney Conservatorium of Music (Early Music Ensemble), Argyle Orchestra (Hobart, Australia), Opera Projects Sydney, Opera South East and Fiori Musicali (Armidale, NSW). Jeremy has also been engaged by the Sydney Philharmonia Choir and has featured in the ensembles of Don Giovanni and I Pagliacci for the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Winner of both the Margaret Olive Stewart Bequest Scholarship and the PATIM Fund Scholarship, Jeremy studies with Maree Ryan AM. In the 2018 Sydney Eisteddfod, Jeremy was the Runner Up in the Intermediate Vocal Scholarship (Dame Joan Sutherland Memorial Award). In 2020, Jeremy gratefully received artist assistance from the Sidney Myer Fund & The Myer Foundation's National Assistance Program. Jeremy is currently reading for a Bachelor of Music (Performance) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Masterclasses include that by Jessica Pratt.
Jeremy’s other work includes scoring for short films (Best Film, Martini Awards 2017) and stage productions of The Tempest, Blood Wedding and Ash Girl. He is a Certificate Member (Arranger & Copyist) of the Music Arrangers’ Guild of Australia (M.A.G.A.) and an Ambassador for ClassikON.
Orchestral commissions include The Curious Story of the Bushy-Tailed Drop Bear (tone poem for orchestra) and a re-worked production of Dido and Aeneas (Purcell).
In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys attending the symphony, opera, chamber music recitals, jazz and straight theatre. Of a summer, Jeremy turns into a cricket tragic.
He also takes an overly keen interest in Australian politics and the work of cartoonist, Michael Leunig.