Grammy-nominated Dr. Jeremy Fox is a highly in-demand clinician, presenting clinics and serving as guest conductor of All-State choral and instrumental ensembles throughout the U.S. and Canada. He earned his B.M. degree in Piano/Jazz Studies from Western Michigan University, and his M.M. and D.M.A. in Jazz Composition from the University of Miami. Jeremy served for one year as a Visiting Professor of Jazz Voice at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, but has since returned as a full-time instructor at The School for Music Vocations or the SMV, the only 2-year specialized vocational music program in North America. Jeremy coordinates his Annual SMV Vocal Jazz Camps. For over ten summers, he has also coordinated in-person and online retreats to empower students and music educators called the Jazz Harmony Retreat.
Jeremy has received 11 awards from Downbeat magazine, for Best Written Song, Best Arrangement, Studio Engineering, and for his vocal ensembles. Jeremy’s arrangements are published on his website, as well as with Alfred Music, Sheet Music Plus, and UNC Jazz Press. His arrangement of “All My Tomorrows” featuring Kate McGarry was nominated for “Best Arrangement – Instruments and Vocals” at the 57th Annual Grammy™ Awards.