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Jeremy Lewis teaches applied lessons to all tuba and euphonium majors, performs as tubist with the WT Faculty Brass Quintet, leads the WTAMU Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble, coaches small ensembles and teaches weekly tuba-euphonium studio classes. He has taught Brass Methods, Instrumental Technique and Elementary Music Theory. Dr. Lewis is also principal tubist with the Amarillo Symphony Orchestra.
Teaching and Related Service
Before WT, Dr. Lewis worked as a private teacher and clinician in North Texas. He earned degrees from Texas Christian University, Indiana University and Texas Tech University. Dr. Lewis has performed with ensembles such as the Lafayette Philharmonic and the East Texas Symphony Orchestras. Additionally, Jeremy was a member of the Civic and Quintessence Brass Quintets.
Dr. Lewis has been successful as a soloist making appearances at venues throughout the world. He has performed during the 2014 International Tuba-Euphonium Conference in Bloomington, IN, Regional Tuba-Euphonium Conferences in Flagstaff, Baton Rouge, Kearney and Waco as well as the 2010 Army Band Tuba-Euphonium Conference as well as recent guest artist appearances in Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and West Virginia.
As a competitor, Jeremy placed second in the 2006 International Women’s Brass Conference Tuba Competition. Jeremy also placed second in the 2003 Regional Tuba and Euphonium Conference held in Fort Worth, Texas. He was also a semifinalist in the 2004 Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival and the 2004 International Tuba and Euphonium Conference Artist Tuba Competition.
Research and Creative Activity
Dr. Lewis’ research interests include methods of assessment within music, the role of assessment in student progress and new music for tuba and euphonium.
Mr. Lewis lives in Amarillo, Texas. During his free time Dr. Lewis enjoys many activities. Among them are reading, spending time with family, attending TCU football games, riding bicycles, and running.