Jeremy Muller is an inventive percussionist and multimedia artist dedicated to exploring science & technology with modern performance. He has presented performances, papers, and masterclasses at many venues throughout North America including The Banff Centre for the Arts (Canada), International Computer Music Conference, ZeroSpace at the University of Virginia, Northern Illinois University, First Fridays in Phoenix, International Symposium on Latin American Music, the Musical Instrument Museum, and PASIC in Louisville, Columbus, Austin, and Indianapolis. He has given premieres of works by Mark Applebaum, Matthew Burtner, Alexandre Lunsqui, Cristyn Magnus, Lewis Nielson, Stuart Saunders Smith, and Andreas Stauder. Jeremy regularly performs with Crossing 32nd Street, hailed as Phoenix’s best new music ensemble and he often develops software for interactive new media in live performance. His music has been performed by the NIU “Bau House,” Glendale CC Percussion Ensemble, UNC Pembroke, Arizona Contemporary Music Ensemble, and others. His publications can be found through Bachovich Music Publications, Engine Room Publishing, and Percussive Notes. Jeremy previously held fellowships at Arizona State University and the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He received a Doctor of Musical Arts from Arizona State University, a Master of Music from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Appalachian State University.