Recently, in addition to private teaching, more schools have asked Jeremy to work with their students, giving him a chance to influence new generations of musicians. He has continued to develop as a jazz player and was honored to give a Blind Tiger Concert for the Gift of Jazz, featuring the music of the great Sonny Rollins. After Jimmy Trujillo’s death in 2014, Jeremy organized a new, smaller ensemble called Moderno to continue playing music and exploring new directions in the Afro-Caribbean jazz tradition. His classical playing has continued, including performances with the Colorado Music Festival Orchestra, along with occasional solo performances. His jazz quartet with pianist Bill Morse recently completed a residence at Denver’s Nocturne jazz club, performing the music of Dave Brubeck. Between leading his own groups, freelance playing, and teaching, Jeremy is always on the move — always working toward the next challenge and the next chance to make great music.