Jeremy Singer has been performing music in the Cincinnati area since age 16, and studying music nearly all of his life. There actually are home movies of infant Jeremy groovin’ to The Beatles in the middle of the living room carpet.
At age 8, Jeremy began piano lessons with some reluctance. His father explained to him that if he first learned the fundamentals of music on piano he would be better prepared to play any instrument. At age 12, Jeremy discovered the guitar. He first learned folk and blues styles. These were closely followed by the classic rock of the 60’s and 70’s.
Jeremy began high school at Cincinnati’s School for Creative and Performing Arts where he studied classical guitar and music theory. He played guitar with the school’s jazz band, music theater band, and for a number of other productions before graduating in 1993. At age 16, Jeremy joined an original rock band with some older friends and began playing in local and regional clubs and bars. This would be the first of many such groups which resulted in a smattering of self releases and many fond memories.
After spending two years at University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music, Jeremy decided to turn his focus on learning the recording arts. In 1998, he attended The Recording Workshop in Chillicothe, OH. After completing the course, Jeremy was given a position as a paid intern at the school and was allowed to study and teach for an additional four months. He left Chillicothe with a renewed appreciation for music as well as a strong understanding of how records past and present are made.
In Spring of 2006 Jeremy began giving private lessons to a friend and quickly realized that teaching offered yet another fulfilling way to enjoy music. Since then Jeremy has been sharing his knowledge with contagious enthusiasm. He has taught beginner to intermediate levels to students of all ages. Jeremy is committed to exciting his students about music and inspiring them to play. He does this by teaching the fundamentals through each individual’s favorite style