On February 18th, 2017, the Pique Collective in collaboration with Ann Walsh premiered the composition, “Music for Exploding Heads,” by Jeremy Lyons. Check out two recording angles of the show by following this link to the Listening Samples.
Jeremy will be performing an original composition with the Pique Collective in collaboration with the artist, Ann Walsh on Saturday, February 18th. The following link will direct you to the eventbrite page where tickets can be bought for $5 (plus fees).
Space is limited, so reserve a spot while you can!
Check out a clip from a performance by the Artist Music Guitar Ensemble, directed by Jeremy Lyons, on Saturday, December 10th at the White Marsh Mall:
For more information about guitar lessons at Artist Music in Perry Hall and to learn how to join the guitar ensemble, visit the website at: artistmusic.org
Come hear Jeremy perform some guitar solos, music for voice and guitar, and music for flute and guitar as he collaborates with the Baltimore music ensemble, Classical Revolution. The concert will take place Friday, September 23rd at Liam Flynn’s Ale House located at 22 W. North Avenue, Baltimore MD 21201. The music will be from 9-11pm and there is no cover charge. A wide variety of performances will occur, and a good time is guaranteed!
Congratulations to the West Chester University guitar ensemble! Directed by Jeremy Lyons, the ensemble gave a wonderful performance on Friday, April 8th at West Chester University, and then delivered an encore performance at the Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society on Sunday, April 10th at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia.
The ambitious program included music for two guitars by Fernando Sor and Igor Stravinsky, music for three guitars by Johann Mattheson and Béla Bartók, and music for four guitars by Georg Philipp Telemann and Leonardo Balada. The “Apuntes” by Leonardo Balada was performed using two guitars on each part and featured the whole ensemble making great music together!
The West Chester University Guitar Ensemble will be performing on Friday, April 8th 2016 in the Ware Family Recital Hall of the Swope Music Building, West Chester PA. The concert is free and open to the public. Directed by Jeremy Lyons, the ensemble features guitar duets, trios, a quartet and a septet. The diverse program contains works from earlier composers such as Johann Mattheson, Georg Philipp Telemann, and Fernando Sor, as well as the sounds of twentieth-century masters such as Béla Bartók, Igor Stravinsky, and Leonardo Balada. The recital begins at 8:15 PM.
A wonderful crowd at the 2016 Bach marathon was rewarded with a hand-picked suite for guitar performed by Jeremy Lyons.
Prelude, BWV 999
March, BWV Anh.122
Gigue, from suite for solo violoncello BWV 1009
Chaconne, from partita for solo violin BWV 1004
Jeremy will be performing on Sunday, February 21st with Soprano, Lisa Perry during an evensong service at St. David’s of Roland Park. The music will begin at 4:30 followed by an Episcopal service. The program will feature Spanish music for voice and guitar. Details can be found by following the link below:
Jeremy will return to St. David’s of Roland Park to participate in this year’s Bach marathon on Sunday, March 13th. The event takes place from 2-7pm and Jeremy will be performing about 25 minutes of music including a Prelude, March, Gigue, and Chaconne all by J.S. Bach. For information about when you can catch Jeremy’s set, check the following link: (http://stdavidsrolandpark.com/music/the-baltimore-bach-marathon.html) in March when the program has been finalized for the 2016 event.
Below are some pictures from the solo recital and masterclass held at West Chester University on October 30th and 31st, and the Pitcher Perfect happy hour concert featuring the music of Judah Adashi at An die Musik on November 4th. The West Chester University event was the opening concert of the Wilmington Classical Guitar Society 2015-2016 season, while the happy hour concert was a production of the Lunar ensemble.
On Wednesday, November 4th 2015, Jeremy will be performing as a guest member of the Baltimore based contemporary music group, the Lunar ensemble. The concert is part of a happy hour series hosted at the Baltimore War Memorial. The concert will feature music by the Baltimore composer Judah Adashi. The event will begin at 5pm and features beer with the ticket price ($10). For more information concerning the happy hour concert, visit the Lunar ensemble website.