Jeremiah Cawley has led instrumental and vocal ensembles across the US and UK. He sings professionally in a variety of capacities and founded the new music ensemble The Box Is Empty. His recorded work includes projects with The Riot Ensemble (London, UK), Solaris Vocal Ensemble (Seattle, WA), and Chamber Cartel (Atlanta, GA). Jeremiah’s recent published work includes “Understanding Editions: Using CPDL and IMSLP to Develop Early Music Intuition” in The Choral Conductor’s Companion. He serves on the organizing committee for the Oxford Conducting Institute, where he presented his most recent research, “Neurotic, Weak, and Ultramodern: Coded Language in Gestural Criticism.” His dissertation was nominated for ACDA’s prestigious Herford Prize. Jeremiah is a sought-after choral clinician, adjudicator, and conducting teacher. He received his DMA from the University of Washington. He is Director of Choral-Vocal Activities at Loras College in Dubuque, IA, having previously held posts at Western Kentucky and Georgia State Universities.