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Jeremy Aye

Voice Teacher

New York University

PSN History



Jeremy received his Master and Bachelor of Music degrees from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he studied with the renowned vocal pedagogue, Barbara Doscher, pupil of Berton Coffin. As a graduate student in Colorado, he taught both individual lessons to vocal performance majors as well as group voice-class for non-major singers. Teachers and mentors include Claudia Kennedy, Richard Miller, Robert Harrison, George Gibson, Bill Schuman, and Brian Gill.

Jeremy has performed in numerous operas, musicals and concerts throughout the United States. His repertoire includes leading roles in Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Rigoletto, La Bohème, Die Zauberflöte, La Fanciulla del West, Un Ballo in Maschera, Camelot, The Man of La Mancha, Street Scene, South Pacific, Guys & Dolls, Kismet, Anything Goes, and The Fantasticks!. Companies include:  Arizona Opera, Opera Colorado, Los Angeles Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, Opera Omaha, Kansas City Symphony, Omaha Symphony, Fullerton Civic Light Opera, Santa Fe Opera (Apprentice Artist), and Mid-America Productions (2007 Carnegie Hall debut). In addition to solo work, Jeremy sang as an extra chorister for 15 seasons with The Metropolitan Opera since 2005, numbering over 470 performances in 24 magnificent productions such as Aida, Turandot, Parsifal, Les Troyens and Bill Budd. 

In 2006, Jeremy became an adjunct voice professor at NYU Steinhardt. In addition to teaching classical and musical theater voice majors, he had taught the repertoire curriculum for Steinhardt's thriving Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy, as well as Business Skills for Classical Singers.  In 2012, he presented at NYU's International Voice Symposium along with voice experts Johan Sundberg, Ingo Titze, Brian Gill, Lucian Sulica, Milan Amin, Don Miller and Ron Scherer. In the summer of 2015, Jeremy and his colleagues Brian Gill and Kathleen Myrick, launched the NYU Summer Vocal Pedagogy Intensive, with world renowned voice scientist Johan Sundberg. In 2018, Jeremy was the recipient of the Steinhardt Teaching Excellence Award at New York University for his outstanding credentials, qualifications and contributions to student learning. 

In additions to his affiliations with American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA), Actor's Equity Association (AEA), National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), and Opera America, Jeremy is on the voice faculty for Prague Summer Nights, a 4 week music festival that produces recitals, concerts and operas in the Czech Republic. The festival highlight includes a full production of Don Giovanni, in the famous Estates Theatre where Mozart premiered his masterpiece.

Jeremy's private students range from emerging talent to professional singers who perform on the stages of Broadway and The Metropolitan Opera.

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