Jeremy Harmer started singing and playing at school and university since when he has written songs, explored some areas of the traditional canon and performed in the UK and abroad. He plays a number of instruments and operates in a number of different music genres. Since his first LP many many years ago when he was at university Jeremy has more recently released a number of CDs. There are many videos of his songs and other performances.

Jeremy also teams up with violinist virtuoso and super-looper Steve Bingham in poetry and music shows like Touchable Dreams which has been toured around the Uk and in many countries around the world, and Fire and Ice – just before the COVID-19 lockdowns put a stop to that. With Steve Bingham he was commissioned to put together a show called Bent and broken into a different shape: the Magical Storytelling of Charles Dickens.

Jeremy has narrated for/with the Bingham Quartet, the Ely Sinfonia and the Peterborough Symphony Orchestra.

Jeremy performs at folk clubs, festivals and many other venues in the UK. He has toured his one-man show Shakespeare and other folk in various countries around the world (including the UK!)

He wrote the oratorio Island (for narrator, soloists, children and adult choruses and symphony orchestra) with Phil Toms. Island had its premiere in Ely cathedral in 2015.

You can see the CDs that Jeremy has released on this site (CD releases on the menu above) and hear samples and/or oder them (physical CD or digital download) here