An inspiring and vastly experienced musical director, trainer and composer, Jeremy Jackman is a professional musician whose work in the field of vocal/choral music is of the highest international standard.
A member of the celebrated King’s Singers for ten years, with expertise acquired through years of performing at the world’s most prestigious venues, Jeremy is in great demand internationally as a conductor and workshop director. His engaging personality enables him to establish an instant rapport with choirs, orchestras and choral groups of all ages, sizes and standard.
Former Chorus Master to the Belfast Philharmonic Choir and the London Philharmonic Choir, Jeremy is currently the musical director of the English Baroque Choir, and the Cecilian Singers.
“Thank you for your wonderful guidance in every concert and rehearsal. I think you are a truly inspiring teacher for all levels of members.”
“It is always a pleasure to sing for Jeremy, he is the most wholly professional choral conductor I know and fun with it.”
“You really are a master of your art. It is amazing what you achieve.”
John Lubbock, Artistic Director, Orchestra of St John’s
Jeremy Jackman’s musical education began as a chorister at St Paul’s Cathedral, and continued at the Royal College of Music and Hull University. He began his career as a freelance countertenor and choral director. He sang throughout Eastern and Western
As Musical Director: For All Seasons : The Cecilian Singers : Includes The Ghosts’ High Noon by Gilbert and Sullivan arr. Jackman and The Bells of Bethlehem by Jackman. Beyond the Bright Horizon : The Jay Singers: Includes Musica Dei Donum Optimi and
The English Baroque Choir recently gave a concert in the magnificent church in Mol, Belgium. At the end of the concert the promoter – also the church’s organist and a distinguished musician in his own right – made a short
Jeremy directs many choral workshops in the UK and overseas. He has been a resident Musical Director for RunbySingers since 2004 – which has taken him to, Reykjavik, Krakow, Paris and Vienna – and he has also directed several of