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Faculty & Staff Profile

Jeremy Innis

Jeremy Innis

Titles: Chaplain, Choir Dir., Music Theory Teacher
Degrees: BA, Music, Lewis and Clark College
MTS, Religion, Literature, and Culture, Harvard Divinity School
Phone Numbers:
School: 801-355-7494

Jeremy describes himself as a forager of sounds, stories, and really good questions. He works with students in the Middle School and Upper School as interfaith chaplain, leading monthly chapels on the big questions of being human. His interest in chaplaincy grows from his study of a variety of contemplative practices and a belief in the power of compassionate presence. Experiential study of religious ritual at the Ganges River as a college student led Jeremy to graduate school and informs his approach to teaching religious literacy at Rowland Hall through experiential education.

His formative experiences as a musician include discovering jazz improvisation in high school, singing with the Harvard Chapel Choir, and studying with American choral composer Forrest Pierce. Jeremy takes great joy teaching choral music, music theory, and composition to passionate musicians at Rowland Hall.

“The voice connects body to mind, idea to word, and story to heart. Sound can reveal what’s on the inside.”

Read more about Jeremy Innis in Fine Print, the magazine of Rowland Hall

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