Jeremy Friedman is a Barcelona-based music producer, percussionist, and music educator whose live performances and unique studio productions span the musical genres, from classical to electronica, and from jazz to rock and pop. Jeremy has collaborated with world-renowned artists and ensembles including James Levine, Emiliana Torrini, Jorge Pardo, Guillermo Klein, Antonio Canales, Sting, the Konzerthaus Orchester Berlin, the Orquestra del Gran Teatre del Liceu, the Kimbala Percussion Ensemble, and the Palau de la Música Catalana.
Jeremy has been a fellow of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival Orchestra and the Verbier Festival Orchestra, and his music productions have earned him a nomination for Best Jazz Album of 2016 by the Fonogram Hungarian Music Awards, as well as CD of the Week by the German National Radio (NDR) in 2017. Jeremy Friedman holds a BM in Percussion Performance from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and an MSc in Sound and Music Computing from the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain where his thesis work focused on digital signal processing, music information retrieval, and interactive music systems design.
Currently, Jeremy is on faculty of the BA in Contemporary Music Production program at the Institute of the Arts Barcelona and is regularly invited to give master classes at universities, music conservatories, and festivals including the New Jersey City University, the International Istanbul Percussion Festival & Competition and the Pontífica University Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia.