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Jeremy Powell is a graduate of the Jazz & Contemporary Music program at New School University and has played with such world-renowned jazz artists as Larry Coryell, Jeff Berlin, and Kenny Drew Jr. He was a featured performer at the 2003 John Coltrane Festival in Hollywood. In 2010 he was named “Best Saxophonist” by Creative Loafing’s 2010 Best of the Bay awards. He currently resides in Tampa, Florida, where he plays and teaches music full time. Since 2005, Jeremy Powell has been a frequent collaborator with the Westminster Williamson Voices and James Jordan, with whom he gave the première of James Whitbourn’s Requiem canticorum and also gave the New York première of the piece at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall in 2011.

Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
WHITBOURN, J.: Living Voices / Son of God Mass / Requiem canticorum (Powell, Cowan, Westminster Williamson Voices, Jordan) Naxos
Choral - Sacred, Chamber Music, Choral - Secular, Choral - Sacred

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