Jeremiah Jung first began playing the violin at 9 years old, when he quickly developed a passion for the instrument. Since then, he has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Fulton County Youth Orchestra, Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra, and GMEA All State Orchestra for six years. Jeremiah plays a leading role as co-concertmaster of the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra and Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra and was concertmaster of the 2020 GMEA All State Orchestra. He was also selected to participate in a masterclass for the top three players during the Virtual All State Orchestra in 2021.
Jeremiah has won numerous musical accolades, including being awarded Georgia state winner/representative and alternative in the Southern Division in the MTNA 2021 competition. He was also awarded an opportunity to solo with the Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra in 2022 with the Sibelius Violin Concerto. Upholding the merit of volunteering within his community, he performs in the HOPE Johns Creek Orchestra for nursing homes, churches, hospitals, and homeless shelters.
Now a freshman at New England Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts, Jeremiah studies violin under Professor Biss. Jeremiah also enjoys playing piano and guitar in his spare time.