Jeremy Weiss

Jeremy Weiss is a baritone and actor who specializes in new and devised work. Jeremy's most recent project, The Wandering, is a groundbreaking experience with Schubert's lieder that is designed to be consumed at home during the pandemic. Jeremy performed under the baton of Marin Alsop in Bernstein's Mass with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. In 2019, he made his debut at National Sawdust in the premier of Dialogues of the Travelers and premiered the role of The Creature in The Modern Prometheus in Redhook's Studio 153. He is also a two-time finalist and award winner at the Lotte Lenya Competition (2019, 2020).

Jeremy's recent roles include: the title role in The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, West Side Story (Action), and Rodelinda (Garibaldo) at Indiana University Opera, The Good Swimmer (Lifeguard) at BAM, Di Goldene Kale (Berke) with the National Yiddish Theater Off-Broadway, Belli's Orfeo Dolente (Orfeo), Cavalli's Erismena (Erimante), Oklahoma! (Curly), My Fair Lady (Freddy), and Into the Woods (Wolf/Prince). Jeremy completed his master's degree at IU's Jacobs School of Music, where he studied with Dr. Brian Gill, and graduated from Yale University with a double major in Humanities and Theater Studies.

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