Pianist and composer Jeremy Corren was born and raised in Los Angeles. In 2013 he moved to New York to attend Columbia University, where he studied composition and orchestration with composers Zosha Di Castri, Georg Friedrich Haas, and George E. Lewis. Since then he has performed regularly at renowned venues throughout the city, such as the Blue Note, Smalls Jazz Club, and the Jazz Gallery, along with festival appearances at the Newport and Chicago Jazz Festivals. He has toured internationally, visiting the Blue Note establishments in Tokyo, Shanghai and Beijing, the Netherlands for the North Sea Jazz Festival, Italy for the Umbria Jazz Festival, and more.
Jeremy performs in bands led by critically acclaimed peers, with appearances on Joel Ross's recordings for Blue Note, Who Are You? and KingMaker as well as Or Bareket's forthcoming release for Enja Records. He has also joined saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins and drummer Jeremy Dutton with their respective bands. He regularly performs in duet with vocalist Tatiana Eva-Marie, focusing on interpretations of the American Songbook. They look forward to releasing their first recording, featuring songs by Gershwin, Ellington, Kern and more.
During his studies, Jeremy attended the Banff Workshop for Improvised Music, where he worked with Vijay Iyer, Mark Turner and Tyshawn Sorey.
Jeremy has also had his original compositions performed by New York's premiere contemporary music ensembles, such as the Wet Ink Ensemble, TAK Ensemble, and the Mivos Quartet, at chamber music festivals such as New Music on the Point and the Valencia International Performance Academy & Festival.