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Jeremy David Tarrant is increasingly recognized for performances hailed as elegant, compelling, warm, communicative, and powerfully artistic. Since 2000, he has served as Organist and Choirmaster of the Episcopal Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Detroit, having served as Assistant Organist from 1994.  In April of 2007 he was seated as Canon Precentor. He is the founding director of the Cathedral Choir School of Metropolitan Detroit.


Jeremy David Tarrant is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Music where he earned the Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in organ performance and church music in the classes of Robert Glasgow and James Kibbie. His other instructors include Betty R. Pursley and Corliss Arnold. He has had additional coaching with Lynne Davis. He has served the on the organ faculties of the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance as well as Oakland University, and is in frequent demand as a teacher, clinician, and masterclass instructor.


An active concert organist, Jeremy David Tarrant has performed widely in North America. He frequently appears with the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings and has performed conventions of the American Guild of Organists.  In 2008, Mr. Tarrant made his European solo debut with a recital in the Cathédrale de St. Etienne in Meaux, France, and in 2011 he played the closing recital of International Organ Week in Dijon, France. In 2012, he was a featured artist in the Pine Mountain Music Festival, presenting three solo recitals in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.  Since 2015 he has been engaged in a series of concerts on important instruments in Detroit. His debut solo recording of Widor’s Symphonie VII, along with music of Litaize and Vierne, was released in 2018 to enthusiastic critical acclaim. 


On the Cathedral Choir’s two CD releases, Nowell Sing We, and Evensong for All Saints, Canon Tarrant is featured as organ soloist as well as conductor. He has led the choir on two tours of England where they were in residence at Chichester, Southwark, Ely, St. Albans, and Canterbury Cathedrals, singing the daily services as well as concerts.  


Jeremy David Tarrant is represented by Seven Eight Artists.

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