Tenor Jeremy Koh is the first Singaporean to win the Tan Ngiang Kaw/ Tan Ngiang Ann Memorial Vocal Competition. He is also a bronze award and special-mention certificate recipient at the Bangkok Opera Foundation's 5th International Singing Competition.
Apart from performing in concerts and productions, Jeremy is an adjunct-lecturer at NAFA School of Music, Centre for Lifelong Learning, and UWCSEA. He also leads the Spot Pocket Opera Theatre as artistic director.
Since his fach transition from baritone to tenor, Jeremy has performed roles such as: St. Brioche (The Merry Widow), Witch (Hansel and Gretel), Bastien (Bastien und Bastienne), Kornélis (La Princesse Jaune), Scholar Luo (Liu San Jie), Frantz (Le 66), Zecharia (The Blind Beggars), David, Bill (A Hand of Bridge), He (The Kamikaze Mind), and others.
Concerts and Recitals
As a concert soloist, Jeremy has performed world-premieres of new works such as Goh Toh Chai's Song of the Rising Wind and Eric Watson's Did You Ever Wonder Why and others.
Music Outreach with SPOT
as Artistic Director
"Spot Pocket Opera Theatre is an initiative that is close to my heart. Together with my talented colleagues, the company consistently stages at least 12 performances every year, majority for the public. Although SPOT has been invited to perform abroad and at the Istana, involvement in the community and schools is the pride of the company."
Schools and the Local Community
Jeremy maintains a private voice studio and teaches at UWCSEA and NAFA. Enrolment to his programmes with the National Silver Academy has been on an increase since 2016. His students have been featured in concerts, productions and festivals such as the Young Musicians Festival, NAFA Arts Festival, Skills for Good Festival and POMO Arts Busk.