Jeremy Adriano is deeply passionate about the art of musical stagecraft, performing, and teaching music. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Piano from Utah State University. Jeremy has served as the pianist and music director at Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre and Utah State University Opera. He has played for American Festival Chorus and Utah State University’s music department for juries, recitals, and concerts. Jeremy was also the principal pianist for Utah State University's Grammy nominated Chamber Singers, University Chorale, Women’s Chorus, the Advanced Conducting course, and the Beginning Conducting course. His performances with these ensembles have been broadcasted on the radio and television around the world.

For over a decade, Jeremy has managed his own private piano studio which now resides in the beautiful mountains of Utah. While at USU, he was a Piano Instructor at Utah State University's Youth Conservatory, as well as an Undergraduate Teaching Fellow for the Keyboard Harmony Course. Jeremy’s students have won various competitions, auditions, and have been selected to be to perform for instrumental and choral ensembles, masterclasses, and state music conventions. 

Recently, Jeremy gave a presentation titled "The Collaborative Pianist" at the Utah Music Teachers Association conference which surveyed pianists in various ensemble settings and discussed how piano teachers can foster the new generation of collaborative pianists.

At Utah State University, Jeremy graduated as Summa Cum Laude, received the prestigious Caine Scholar for Excellence Scholarship, the Lillywhite Presidential Scholarship, and the Frank Blair and Minnie Fisher Ellsworth Scholarship. Jeremy is a member of Music Teachers National Association, Utah Music Teachers Association, and the Collaborative Pianists Guild of Utah.