I continue to maintain a private studio in both New York City and Philadelphia.
Clients on Broadway, off Broadway and on tour; Dear Evan Hansen, Groundhog Day, Miss Saigon (2016 Broadway Revival), Kinky Boots, Cats (2016 Broadway Revival), The King and I (2015 Broadway Revival), Finding Neverland, Newsies, Bullets Over Broadway, Rocky, Little Miss Sunshine, Ghost, Elf, Evita, Nice Work If You Can Get It, The Addams Family, Wicked, Chicago, Hair, Spring Awakening, Jersey Boys, Rock of Ages, Anything Goes, Fosse, A Chorus Line, Promises, Promises, Annie Get Your Gun, Steel Pier, The Pirate Queen and Sister Act (to name a few). Clients admitted to various university music and theater programs, including; Brooklyn College CUNY, University of the Arts, Oklahoma City University, Roosevelt University, Penn State, Virginia Commonwealth University, among many others. Clients film and television credits include; CAMP, American Idol, Dancing With the Stars, Nickelodeon.
Are You Available for Master Classes and Workshops?
Yes. Contact me directly for inquiries about master classes, workshops or coming to your school or event.
"He inspires his students to persevere through obstacles. The result: savvy, sophisticated performers. He teaches confidence and proper work-ethic, how to learn technique with the mind and body, and how to become the smartest person in the room. But, his greatest strength, by far, is his patience. He believes in his students, and their potential, even when they are too scared to believe in themselves. He works with them until they are able to shine on their own." - Iz Ibanez
"Jeremiah literally helped me transform not only the way I sing, but the way I think about and approach singing. We built a great chemistry in the studio where he would teach with me as opposed to at me. I brought all my concerns, questions, and bad habits and he dealt with each of them patiently and individually so that I grasped everything I needed to grasp. Too often one gets taught by people that enjoy giving generic information and answers and then moving on. In studio, we started with the 'basics' and built every session from a strong foundation. I'm forever grateful to Jeremiah! Now if only he would just base himself in NYC." - Kevin Moeti
"I honestly did not recognize my voice's capabilities until I started working with Jeremiah. His explanation and methodical deconstruction of technique was invaluable to me as a singer. He improved on my weaknesses to help develop the healthiest singing technique possible while still maintaining 'my sound.' The best thing about his sessions are that he is not only an excellent vocal coach, but a wonderful acting coach too. He focuses on taking technique out of the studio and into the audition room while remaining connected to the material you're singing. He provided me with material that challenged me and also material that has booked me work." - Pierre Marais
"His grasp of pedagogy for theater and the voice is phenomenal, and his manner of teaching and coaching students is highly effective. What I saw Jeremiah accomplish with our students was truly remarkable, particularly in the areas of voice placement and projection. In the healthiest fashion possible, he transformed the way our students sing." - Don Andrews, Dean of Fine Arts at the Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts
"Jeremiah is a sensitive, intelligent, and demanding teacher. His knowledge of the musical theater as well as current trends in the business have been an incredible help. Not only does he seem to select those ‘magic’ songs that help you book the job, he cultivates the storytelling ability necessary to make them shine." - Madge Dietrich
"He can direct, music direct, accompany, coach and teach both vocal and performance technique. He confirmed my belief that he has a great deal to offer as a teacher and coach." - Charles Gilbert, The University of the Arts
"He helped me healthfully use my voice to its full potential by teaching me new techniques and placement to help me further my vocal range and strengthen my sound. He applied these new techniques to my old repertoire as well as gave me new music to expand my audition book for a wider variety of options and characters. I became a multi-dimensional performer, and I was able to look at my pieces with a new perspective and made stronger acting choices because of it. For this, I am eternally grateful." - Jenna Hanks