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 Mims, Jeremy   Name: Jeremy Mims
Title: Assistant Professor, Music
Education:
Doctor of Musical Arts in Conducting - University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music & Dance
Master of Music in Conducting - Hardin-Simmons University - Abilene, TX
Bachelor of Music Education - Hardin-Simmons University
Office: 332 Conservatory of Music  
Phone: 803/323-2250
E-mail: mimsj@winthrop.edu  
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Area(s):

Choral Music, Choral & Orchestral Conducting, Music Education, and Collaborative Pianist


Dr. Jeremy Mims is Assistant Professor of Music at Winthrop University, where he is the Director of Choral Activities. He conducts the Chorale, Chamber Singers, and Collegiate Choir, as well as teaches conducting to undergraduate and graduate students. Previously he was the chair of the music department at Clarke University in Dubuque, IA, where conducted the choirs and string orchestra. He has held numerous positions with community choirs and orchestras and with various churches. His ensembles have performed for various conventions and he is a frequent clinician for area honor choir

Dr. Mims has served as musical director, chorus master, and accompanist of shows for various professional, collegiate and local theatres and opera companies. A musician of multiple talents and diversity, Jeremy has appeared on national and international concert and opera stages as a conductor, collaborative pianist, violinist, and a tenor chorister. As an active collaborative pianist, Mims has served as accompanist for numerous high school all-region and all-state choirs, as well for professional and university choruses. Twice he has served as the pianist at the Prague Choral Festival, performing in Smetana Hall. He often performs recitals with singers and instrumentalists and with his duet partner, Dr. Melissa Loehnig. Active in the American Choral Directors Association, Mims has presented at regional and national conventions.  Dr. Mims holds degrees from Hardin-Simmons University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance. He is actively researching the works of Mexican Baroque composer Miguel Mateo Dallo y Lana. 

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