MI 35th Anniversary Independent Artist Program Scholarship Winner: Jeremy Zwickler

Jeremy Zwickler (lt), with IAP Program Chair Kether Gallu-Badat

Talented multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Zwickler has been named as winner of the Musicians Institute 35th Anniversary Independent Artist Program Scholarship.

The California native has been playing guitar, bass, piano and vocals since the age of 6, and sites iconic classic rockers such as The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Cream, and Jimi Hendrix among his influences.

His strengths as an artist are “songwriting, music performance, and recording in a studio from a musicians’ perspective.”

Upon learning of his scholarship award, Jeremy states “I am extremely grateful and honored to receive this scholarship at such a prestigious institution.”  

While at studying in the Independent Artist Program (IAP) at MI, Jeremy will focus on “how to record and produce my own music, as well as how to make a professional music portfolio to present to record labels and executives.” His future goals are “to write and record full length albums with a professional band, tour and sell music on a worldwide scale.  I am extremely excited to be attending MI and working towards a career as a professional musician.”

Everyone at MI welcomes Jeremy to IAP, and congratulates him on winning this very prestigious award!

Special thanks to MI’s family of Alumni, whose generous donations fund this scholarship, which helps to provide talented students like Jeremy with the support, tools and recognition they need to launch successful and creative careers in the music industry.

(See MI’s website for details on how to apply for this and other scholarships.)
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