Jeremiah Klarman (b. 1993) is gaining national recognition as a rising young composer of his generation. He is a 2016 graduate of The New England Conservatory of Music where he was a composition major under instruction of Michael Gandolfi and Hankus Netsky. In addition to composing, Jeremiah plays piano, is a member of NEC’s Jewish Music Ensemble, and is a regular here at Temple Emanuel’s Shabbat Alive Service, where he is also the Artist in Residence. Klarman has won numerous awards, including the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) Foundation/Morton Gould Young Composer Award for his orchestral piece Dance Suite. In June 2010, The Boston Pops performed his Symphony in C on his second appearance on NPR’s radio show, “From The Top.” In addition to his accomplishments as a classical composer, Klarman has written Jewish-themed choral, pop and liturgical music.