2010Adonai Ori Kol ha-’AmimShiru L’AdonaiRomemu
Jeremiah Klarman began playing music at age four and wrote his first composition when he was six. He is now a freshman at the New England Conservatory of Music where he is majoring in composition.  Jeremiah is a graduate of  Gann Academy – The New Jewish High School of Greater Boston, the Rivers School Conservatory and the New England Conservatory of Music’s Preparatory Division, where he also studied piano and participated in  chamber groups. Jeremiah has written Jewish-themed choral, pop and liturgical music since 2008. His compositions have been performed by the Zamir Chorale of Boston and by Cantor Elias Rosemberg at Temple Emanuel in Newton. He is the inaugural recipient of the 2010 Generation to Generation Young Composer Award by the American Conference of Cantors and the Guild of Temple Musicians. In 2009, he received an ASCAP Honorable Mention for his orchestra piece, Festive Dance; in 2007 he received an ASCAP Morton Gould award for Dance Suite for Orchestra. His Symphony in C was premiered in 2009 by the NEC Youth Symphony and by the Boston Pops in Boston’s Symphony Hall (this performance subsequently aired on the radio show From The Top). He lives in Brookline, Mass.