Jeremy Lim

 
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A recipient of the OCBC Local Undergraduate Scholarship, Jeremy graduated with First Class Honours in Flute from the Royal College of Music. He has played with The Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra of the Music Makers, The Young Musicians' Foundation Orchestra and the Singapore Lyric Opera. He recently played in the Singapore premiere of Richard Wagner's "The Flying Dutchman".

Jeremy studied the flute with Roberto  Álvarez and has played in the masterclasses of András Adorján, Sébastian Jacot, William Bennett, Michel Bellavance and Michael Cox. After recently clinching a 2nd prize in the Open Category of the Singapore Flute Festival Competition 2017, he now maintains a busy schedule of teaching the flute in local schools and privately in his home studio.

In his free time, Jeremy arranges music and often perform the arrangements with The Tango Sextet, a wind ensemble that he founded with his bandmates during National Service in the Singapore Police Force. Passionate about Russian culture, Jeremy is learning the Russian language and organizing annual "Music from the Soviet Era" concerts at the Esplanade Recital Studio.