Jeremy Haneman is a conductor and musical director who specialises in choral and operatic repertoire. He is the Co-Director of Together Productions, a company that produces ground-breaking work using music and the arts to inspire social change. Jeremy was one of two British conductors invited to present their work at the World Symposium of Choral Music in 2020.
From 2011 – 2020 he was the inaugural Community Chorus Director for the Royal Opera House Covent Garden where his work included being Artistic Director and Conductor for the acclaimed 150 voice Royal Opera House Thurrock Community Chorus. The Chorus has now become the Thames Opera Company where Jeremy is the Artistic Director. Jeremy has regularly worked with distinguished soloists from the ROH as well as members of the Chorus, Orchestra and the Jette Parker Young Artists. He is involved in both the performance and commissioning of new music from composers and librettists such as Morgan Hayes, John Barber, Hazel Gould, Mike Roberts, Sarah Grange and Alexander Campkin. He has conducted joint concerts with the Chorus of the Royal Opera House.
Jeremy is the co-founder and conductor of the 75 voice Mixed Up Chorus, an inter-faith choir in London who has performed for the Deputy Prime Minister and the Lord Chancellor and was featured on Songs of Praise on BBC 1 and several times on BBC Radio 3.
Jeremy is a graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and he did the inaugural Master of Music in choral conducting at the University of Cambridge where he studied with Stephen Layton and Stephen Cleobury. Since 2012 he has been a Practitioner Council member of the Association of British Choral Directors for whom he has led many workshops and lectures and he is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts.