Jeremy Stoner


Jeremy Stoner joined the faculty of Nazareth University in September 2011. He teaches tuba, euphonium, and Brass Techniques, directs the brass choir, and performs with the Wilmot Faculty Brass Quintet. As a tuba soloist, Jeremy has performed concertos with Nazareth’s Symphony Orchestra and Wind Symphony. In December 2012 he coordinated and hosted Rochester’s 30th annual TubaChristmas concert at the Nazareth University Arts Center. Jeremy continues to organize and conduct this event in Rochester every year.

An active free-lance musician and teacher in his hometown, Rochester, NY, Jeremy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance from Oberlin Conservatory of Music and a Master’s Degree in Music Performance from Northwestern University. Since 2007, Jeremy has been on the faculty of the Hochstein School of Music and Dance where he teaches tuba, euphonium, and trombone, coaches student brass ensembles, and performs with Hochstein’s faculty Plymouth Brass Quintet.

Jeremy has performed with the Rochester Philharmonic, Syracuse Symphony, Symphoria, Savannah Symphony, Hilton Head Orchestra, Charleston Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, and the Florida Orchestra. He has also held teaching positions at Armstrong Atlantic State University and Georgia Southern University. Jeremy performs regularly with the Penfield Symphony, Dave Rivello Ensemble, and plays bass and tuba with Teagan and the Tweeds.

 School of Music Responsibilities

  • Applied Tuba
  • Applied Euphonium
  • Brass Ensemble Director


  • Northwestern University, M.M.
  • Oberlin Conservatory of Music, B.M.