Jeremy Boulton
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A former recipient of the Opera Australia Student Scholarship and graduate of the Talent Development Project, Jeremy has featured as a concert soloist for the Opera Australia Benevolent Fund, Sydney Conservatorium of Music (Early Music Ensemble), Argyle Orchestra (Hobart, Australia), Opera Projects Sydney and Fiori Musicali (Armidale, NSW). He has also featured in the ensembles of Don Giovanni and I Pagliacci for the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys attending the symphony, opera, chamber music recitals, jazz and straight theatre. Of a summer, he turns into a cricket tragic.

What we’re up to… Steel City Strings

Steel City Strings – 2020 Digital Season | Oct // Nov // Dec Across October, November and December 2020, Steel City Strings will perform its inaugural Digital Season. Each month, the Wollongong-based chamber orchestra will release a forty-minute performance comprised…

 
Review: ACO Transfigured

ACO Transfigured | 7PM Wednesday, 9th September 2020 | City Recital Hall, Sydney To say that it was ‘relieving’ to attend a live concert at this point in Australia’s battle with COVID-19 would be the understatement of the year. The…

 
Interview with Kyle Little, Artistic Director of Steel City Strings

Throughout the month of May, Steel City Strings – an APRA Award-Winning string ensemble hailing from Wollongong, NSW – launched a fundraising campaign to keep the music going through the pandemic and help the orchestra stay alive to make it…

 
What we’ve been up to … Jeremy

WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO | This series, introduced in our classikON What’s ON (subscribe here), shares our Ambassadors thoughts at this time. They are voices of the audience, with a range of knowledge and history with music, for some…

 
Virtual Verdi – A chorus to get us through

To musicians and music-lovers alike, the longing for live music to return is becoming overwhelming. Week after week I receive notifications from my Google Calendar of a concert I was to attend, a performance engagement I was supposed to have,…

 
Consort 8’s sweetly jubilant program brought centuries-old music to life in the modern-day

As a sizeable audience took their places in the pews of Edmund Blackett’s Gothic Revival church of St. Paul’s Anglican in Burwood, a sole rousing drum marked the opening of this final concert for Consort 8 in 2019. Appropriately, the…