For Jeremy Sobers it’s jazz

Jeremy Sobers has maintained an interest in music from the age of nine, influenced by his father, Sean Sobers, a musician and his mother, a director of a local choir.

Jeremy always liked the piano; he loved the sound and later the feel of the keys. He noted that it was his older brother, Christian, who first showed an interest in music which he followed. Jeremy ventured first into music theory, before discovering he is also excellent in the practical aspect. He then taught himself to play many instruments: drums, piano, guitar – just to name a few.

The young musician aspires to be a jazz pianist although he can play various genres of music. On the piano he can rock classical, r&b, jazz rock, soul, blues, and gospel. He can also rock it on the bass guitar, acoustic guitar and the drums. He plans on extending his skills and mastering the cello and saxophone.

Jeremy is the co-owner of Music Unlimited a small music school started by his brother, Christian, who is also a member of the band Collage. Jeremy serves as the piano tutor at the school. He also composes spoken word music. In strengthening his career he works along with various bands as a producer and arranger of music including Collage,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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