Jeremy Lewis joined the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and
Humanities at West Texas A&M University in 2008. He received a
bachelor of music degree in tuba performance from Texas Christian
University in 2005, a master of music degree in tuba performance from
Indiana University in 2007, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of
Musical Arts from Texas Tech University. His primary teachers are
Richard Murrow (TCU), Daniel Perantoni (IU), and Kevin Wass (TTU).
At WTAMU, Jeremy teaches applied tuba and euphonium lessons as well
as Brass Class, Instrumental Techniques, and Elementary Music Theory. He
is also the principal tubist with the Amarillo Symphony Orchestra, the
WT Faculty Brass quintet, and maintains an active freelance performance
schedule in the Amarillo area.
Jeremy has competed in several solo competitions. He placed second in
the 2006 International Women’s Brass Conference Tuba Competition.
Jeremy also placed second in the 2003 Regional Tuba and Euphonium
Conference held in Fort Worth, Texas. He was also a semifinalist in 2004
Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival and the 2004
International Tuba and Euphonium Conference Artist Tuba Competition. He
has also performed with the Quintesscence Brass Quintet, the Civic Brass, Lafaytte Symphony Orchestra, the East Texas Symphony
Orchestra, and the Amarillo Opera.