- Jeremiah received a Bachelor of the Arts in Slavic Languages and Literature from Harvard University.
- In May 2022, he will complete a Master in Music degree at the Juilliard School.
- Jeremiah has been teaching for over five years, and is Suzuki-trained as a violin instructor. He is happy to teach anyone committed to learning and growing as a musician!
Jeremiah B. began studying the violin when he was three. As a soloist and chamber musician, Jeremiah has performed at important cultural centers across the globe including Incheon’s Tri-Bowl, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Neue Galerie. He was concertmaster of the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra from 2018-20 and is one of a small selection of principals for The Juilliard Orchestra. Jeremiah has had the opportunity to learn chamber music performance from members of the Parker, Brentano, Shanghai, Juilliard and Cleveland Quartets. He has participated in summer and winter festivals at the Perlman Music Program, Kneisel Hall, the Taos School of Music, and the Aspen Music Festival and School. Jeremiah has appeared as a soloist with the Concord Orchestra and Boston Civic Symphony, and recently performed Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with the Bach Society Orchestra. In 2018, Jeremiah and his longtime friend Noah Krauss began working together as a violin-piano duo, and they have collaborated during the pandemic performing live-streamed concerts for people in healthcare sites around the northeast. He is the second violinist of the Renaissance Quartet, with fellow founding members Randall Goosby (violin 1), Daniel Hass (cello), and Jameel Martin (viola).Jeremiah currently studies with Itzhak Perlman and Catherine Cho at The Juilliard School, where he is pursuing a Masters degree in violin performance as a recipient of the Fidelity Foundation Scholarship and the Dorothy Starling Scholarship. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Slavic Languages and Literature from Harvard College in 2020, and is a graduate of the Juilliard Pre-college program.