Jeremy Loudon


Jeremy Loudon is currently an active orchestral and chamber musician in central Virginia. After earning his Master of Music degree from The Boston Conservatory, Jeremy was a freelance musician in New England, performing with many of the area’s finest regional orchestras and chamber ensembles. Jeremy is also formerly a brass instructor at the Brookwood School in Manchester, MA. Since relocating to Virginia, Jeremy frequently performs as a substitute musician with the Virginia, Richmond, Roanoke, and Charlottesville Symphony orchestras and maintains a small private teaching studio.

Jeremy is an alumnus of the Cleveland Trombone Seminar, the Atlantic Music Festival, and the Atlantic Brass Quintet seminar. In addition to his MM, he holds a BM in Trombone Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University. His primary teachers have been John Faieta and Dr. Ross Walter, with additional studies with Larry Isaacson, Norman Bolter, and Christopher Dudley.