Music Director, Jeremy David Tarrant
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 Cathedral Church of St. Paul (Episcopal) in Detroit, and became Canon Precentor in 2007. 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.
An active concert organist, Jeremy David Tarrant has performed widely in North America and France. In 2008, he made his European debut with a recital in the Cathédrale de St. Etienne in Meaux, France, and in 2011 he performed the closing concert of International Organ Week in Dijon. He has been a featured artist in the Pine Mountain Music Festival, and since 2015 has been engaged in a series of concerts on important instruments in Detroit. His debut solo recording of featuring Widor’s Symphonie VII, was released in 2018 to enthusiastic critical acclaim.
In July, 2014 Mr. Tarrant conducted the Cathedral Choir during its residency at Chichester Cathedral in England. This tour included concerts and services in Canterbury and Southwark Cathedrals. On the choir’s two CD releases, Nowell Sing We, and Evensong for All Saints, he is featured as organ soloist as well as conductor.
Jeremy David Tarrant is represented by Seven Eight Artists.