Jeremy Mulholland, Middle/High School Strings Conductor
Jeremy Mulholland received the Master of Music degree from the University of Louisville and holds undergraduate degrees in Music performance and Music Theory and Composition.
Professor Mulholland has served on the faculty of both Asbury and Centre colleges and serves as tenured professor of violin and viola, Director of Orchestral Studies, and String Area coordinator at Eastern Kentucky University. He is finishing his 8th year at EKU. Under his direction, the EKU String Symphony and EKU Symphony Orchestra string sections have quadrupled in size. In addition, the EKU Symphony was honored as an invited featured performer at the 2009 KMEA State Festival, and the EKU String Symphony was featured on the 2010-2011 Cathedral Concert series.
In addition to his duties at EKU, Mr. Mulholland is currently in his 16th year as the musical director of the Heritage Area String Program, an after-school string program which serves Danville, and Boyle and surrounding counties by offering string classes, orchestra, and chamber music opportunities for students.
Mr. Mulholland has served the Stephen Collins Foster String Camp for fifteen years in various capacities including faculty member, sectional coach, chamber music coach, conductor, and string camp director.
Other conducting positions have included directorships with the Centre College Symphony and String Orchestras, the Heritage Area String Program, the Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras, the Kentucky Ballet Theatre Orchestra, the Lexington Community Orchestra, and the Fayette County Middle School Honors Orchestra, in addition to others.
In addition to his teaching and conducting, Mr. Mulholland has enjoyed performing on violin and viola with groups such as the Lexington Philharmonic, the Huntington Chamber Ensemble, the Wintergreen Festival Orchestra, and the West Virginia Symphony. He has performed solo with the Lexington Community Orchestra, and has twice been a featured soloist for the Crawford Whitworth Concert series.