Instrument: Tuba; Euphonium
Joined Hochstein Faculty in: 2007
Jeremy Stoner joined the faculty of the Hochstein School in September 2007. He teaches tuba, euphonium, trombone, and coaches student brass ensembles. Since 2005, he has also performed with the Plymouth Brass Quintet along with other Hochstein faculty members since 2005. From 2013-2015, Jeremy coordinated and hosted Rochester’s annual TubaChristmas concert at the Hochstein Performance Hall. Jeremy continues to organize and conduct this event in Rochester every year.
An active freelance musician and teacher in his hometown of Rochester, NY, Jeremy holds a bachelor’s degree in Music Performance from Oberlin Conservatory of Music and a master’s degree in Music Performance from Northwestern University. In September 2011, he joined the faculty at Nazareth College as Lecturer in Tuba and Euphonium. He also directs the brass choir, performs with the Wilmot Faculty Brass Quintet, and teaches Brass Techniques. Along with his teaching duties, Jeremy has also performed tuba concertos with the Symphony Orchestra and the Wind Symphony at Nazareth.
Jeremy was the Principal Tuba for the Savannah Symphony in Georgia from 2001 to 2003 and for the Hilton Head Orchestra in South Carolina from 2002-2005. He has also performed with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Syracuse Symphony, Charleston Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, and the Florida Orchestra.
Jeremy is a member of the Penfield Symphony and also plays bass, tuba, and sings with the band Teagan and the Tweeds. He also enjoys downhill skiing, floating in the bay, hoppy IPAs, and spending time with his lovely wife, Michelle, and their cats.