Jeremy Schrepple knows it's never too late to play well because he took only two and a half years of formal piano lessons as a kid and did not begin lessons again until age 22. At that time he enrolled at Boise State University as a music composition major. There he also focused on piano performance, played piano in the Boise State Jazz Big Band, composed an orchestral work premiered by the Boise State University Symphony Orchestra, and won the 2005 Boise State Concerto Competition for piano.
After graduating from Boise State he moved to New York City where he earned a Master of Music and Performing Arts at New York University. During that time he scored several movies, played jazz piano, and completed the intensive curriculum at the European American Musical Alliance in Paris during the interim summer.
In 2007 he moved to Los Angeles where he placed third in the T.C.M. Young Film Composers Competition, continued scoring for film, and composed the principal thematic music for the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Winter Games.
He is currently residing in Boise and loves anything music related, especially helping people play what they like on piano. He loves music mostly for the pure enjoyment it gives and hopes his students will find the same.