"As the Count, Jeremy Boulton boasts a warm baritone voice and he gave a masterful rendition of Hai gia vinta la causa … Vedro mentr’io sospiro in Act 3, pontificating from the pulpit like Julius Caesar in Orson Welles’s famed 1937 production. Boulton boasts an excellent stage presence,"
A former recipient of the Opera Australia Student Scholarship and graduate of the Talent Development Project, Jeremy has featured as a concert soloist for the Opera Australia Benevolent Fund, Sydney Conservatorium of Music (Early Music Ensemble, Chamber Choir), Argyle Orchestra (Hobart, Australia), Sydney University Symphony Orchestra, Opera Projects Sydney, Concordia Ensemble, con voci Chamber Choir (Wollongong, Australia) and Fiori Musicali (Armidale, Australia).
Jeremy has also been engaged professionally by the Gondwana Choirs with The Muffat Collective as Aeneas in Dido & Æneas (Purcell), St. Paul's College in King Arthur (Purcell) and by The Co-operative as Count Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro, Secret Police Agent in The Consul (Menotti) and Death in Savitri (Holst). He performed Demetrius in Sydney Conservatorium & National Institute of Dramatic Art's (NIDA) production of A Midsummer Night's Dream (Britten). He also performed Uberto in La serva padrona (Pergolesi) for Opera in Wollongong. Future roles include Marcello in La bohéme for Musica Proibita in Bergamo, Italy and Papageno in Die Zauberflöte. Ensemble work includes Don Giovanni (Mozart) and I Pagliacci (Leoncavallo).
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). Jeremy received joint first prize at the 4th Fresno State Art Song Festival, (California, USA) and was awarded the Demant Dreikurs scholarship upon winning the Lieder Competition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music for 2020. He also received artist assistance from the Sidney Myer Fund & The Myer Foundation's National Assistance Program and an Italian language merit scholarship to L'Università Per Stranieri di Perugia (The University for Foreigners Perugia, Italy) through L'Istituto di Cultura (Italian Cultural Institute, Sydney).
Jeremy is currently reading for a Masters of Opera Performance on the John Holt Todd and Florence Todd Scholarship at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, having completed his Bachelor of Music (Performance) in 2020 at the same institution; also on merit scholarship. Masterclasses include that by Jessica Pratt, Gerald Finley OC, CBE and Dr. Graham Johnson OBE.
Jeremy’s other work includes scoring for short films (Absence - Best Film, Martini Awards 2017) and stage productions of The Tempest (Shakespeare, Phoenix Theatre Company), Blood Wedding (Lorca) and Ash Girl (Wertenbaker). He is an Ambassador for ClassikON. From August 2020 to April 2022, Jeremy was the Manager of APRA Art Music Award Winning ensemble, Steel City Strings Chamber Orchestra.
Orchestral commissions include The Curious Story of the Bushy-Tailed Drop Bear (tone poem for orchestra) for the Illawarra On Pointe Orchestra.