Jeremy  Reinhold

Jeremy Reinhold


Jeremy Reinhold is a pianist and composer living and working in San Francisco, California. He currently plays piano for San Francisco Ballet, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, and San Francisco State University. In January 2011, he joined the staff of the University of San Francisco. He has studied music at Berklee College of Music, Nakas Conservatory, and San Francisco State University.

His music blurs the line between genres and crosses over from the familiar to the strange, from lush romanticism to bold modernity. Jeremy enjoys collaboration in fields outside of music and has composed for film, theater, and dance. His works have been premiered by such groups as the Kalistos Chamber Orchestra and the Esterhazy String Quartet and have been performed across the United States; in Canada, France, Brazil, and even in international waters!

Jeremy worked in the education department of the Seattle Symphony from 2001-2005. He maintains an active interest in arts education and is dedicated to bringing quality music to young people.

From 2001-2005, Jeremy composed and performed with the Fremont Philharmonic and created original music for the Cirque de Flambe, the Fremont Players, and The Moisture Festival.

As a performer and arranger, Jeremy collaborates regularly with Brian Vogan, playing sophisticated, silly music for children. In September 2010, the band played at the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle, Washington.

Jeremy has accompanied for ballet classes since 2001, working with many top choreographers and dancers, including Wade Walthall, star of the "Nutcracker: The Motion Picture." He has played piano for classes at San Francisco Ballet, Harvard University, Evergreen City Ballet, Cornish College of the Arts, and San Francisco State University, among others.