About Jeremy Muller
Jeremy Muller (jeremymuller.com) is active as a percussionist, composer, and multimedia artist. He’s been described as “highly creative” by Take Effect and has performed as a featured soloist at many venues throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia including International Computer Music Conference, The Banff Centre for the Arts (Canada), Transplanted Roots (Australia), MoxSonic, NYC Electroacoustic Music Festival, ZeroSpace (University of Virginia), Northern Illinois University, Southwest Electroacoustic Festival, Jacksonville Electroacoustic Music Festival, UNC Pembroke, Balance-Unbalance International Conference, the Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, and PASIC. He has given world premieres of works by many composers including Matthew Burtner, Alexandre Lunsqui, Cristyn Magnus, and an evening-length tour de force solo work by Stuart Saunders Smith.
As a composer, his music has been performed by Arcomusical, Heartland Marimba Quartet, Arizona Contemporary Music Ensemble, Crossing 32nd Street, Manuel Rangel, clarinetist Robert Spring, Sam Houston State University, Glendale Community College Percussion Ensemble, and many other universities across the U.S. Jeremy recently released his debut solo percussion album on Albany records which includes several recording premieres, and his music can also be heard on Arcomusical’s third album “Emigre & Exile.” Some of his research & publications can be found through Bachovich Music Publications & Percussive Notes. Jeremy is currently a Lecturer at Georgia Institute of Technology and an Artist Affiliate at Georgia State University. Jeremy received a Doctor of Musical Arts from Arizona State University, a Master of Music from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Appalachian State University.