Jeremiah Stones (Texas, 1984) is an internationally recognized bass trombone soloist and chamber musician.
He is currently studying as a Doctor of Musical Arts student at the University of North Texas with Jan Kagarice. Jeremiah has also studied with Vern Kagarice, Tony Baker, and Anne Broaddus in Texas and Ben van Dijk, Ilja Reijngoud, Bart van Lier, and George Wiegel in the Netherlands.
Jeremiah Stones has played with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, The Marine Band of the Netherlands, New Trombone Collective, Den Haag Residentie Orkest, Het Gelders Orkest, Holland Symphonia, Het Promenade Orkest, Meridian Chamber Players, Denton Community Theater, and the Lone Star Wind Orchestra of Dallas.
In the summer of 2009, Jeremiah’s trombone class at Rotterdam Conservatorium in the Netherlands won first place in the “Emory Remington” Trombone Choir Competition held by the International Trombone Association. He was featured as a soloist in their winning concert at the International Trombone Festival in Arhus, Denmark. Jeremiah Stones also played as a soloist in the summer trombone course, L’encontre de Trombón (Valencia/Llaurí, Spain), in the summer of 2008. Jeremiah was a finalist in the Canalfestival Conservatory Competition 2008 in the Netherlands, and he was featured in Amsterdam during the Canalfestival in several solo concerts and with The Jeremiah Stones Trombone Quartet. In 2007, he won the UNT Concerto Competition and performed as a soloist with the UNT Symphony Orchestra. Later in 2007, Jeremiah was awarded first place in the National Solo Competition of the Eastern Trombone Workshop in Washington D.C.
Jeremiah’s other honors include: The John Philip Sousa Award “For Excellence in Music”, Texas Music Merit Scholar, Central Texas Educators “Recognized Musician”, Texas All-State Band, and Marching Auxiliaries “All Star Performer” Drum Major Award.