The eclectic and engaging music of composer Jeremiah Evans has been heard in North America, Europe and Asia. A native of Dallas Texas, he began piano lessons at the age of six. As a young pianist he won numerous performance awards including those from the Dallas Music Teachers Association, the Richardson Symphony Young Artist's Competition, Down Beat Magazine and the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. His piano teachers have included David Karp and William Westney. He has also studied music composition with Mary Jeanne van Appledorn (a protege of American composer Alan Hovaness)
His body of work includes instrumental solos, piano music, art songs, chamber and orchestral music. His music has been performed at the 16th London New Wind Festival, by the San Francisco Bay Area's Sounds New and New York's Locrian Chamber Players. His Metropolitan Express for solo piano has been recorded by International Steinway Artist, Althea Waites as part of her third CD release titled Celebration: Music by American Composers (Kuumba Music). A performance of some of his diverse piano music by acclaimed pianist Johnathan Faiman was described by the New York Times as "fresh..." with "jazzy inflections" and "impressionistic milkiness". His music has also been broadcasted over Radio Arts Indonesia. He currently resides in the Oak Cliff suburb of Dallas Texas.