Jeremy Goldsmith, M. Mus.
Jeremy Goldsmith, clarinetist, composer, audio engineer/producer and multimedia specialist, holds a B.Mus from Manhattanville and a M. Mus in Theory/Composition from Manhattan School of Music.
For 25 years, Mr. Goldsmith owned and operated Tabby Sound, Ltd., an audio recording and production studio in Manhattan, specializing in radio programming and commercials, TV soundtracks, and industrial programs. He has composed and produced commercial music for hundreds of clients such as Chase, March of Dimes, Estee Lauder, Lebenthal & Co., and General Mills.
He has also composed much concert music for many ensembles, including his "5 Preludes" for solo piano, "Four Miniatures" for clarinet, violin, cello and piano, and "Let it Be Forgotten", a setting of Sara Teasdale poems for chorus, orchestra, soprano solo and piano solo.
Mr. Goldsmith and his wife, Mi-Won Kim, are the music directors at the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns, where he directs the choir and handbell ensemble, and administers a concert series. He also builds and deploys web sites professionally, for large companies, non-profits, and individuals. Jeremy Goldsmith teaches classes in Music Technology at Manhattanville.
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