Jeremy Paul Jelinek is appointed principal organist for St. Dominic Catholic Church, Washington, D.C. He accompanies all organ Masses and liturgies with both the Parish Choir and the Chant Schola, and oversees maintenance of the historic 1885 Roosevelt Organ. In addition to his work there he is an assisting organist at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, regularly playing weekday organ Masses.
After graduating from the Eastman School of Music in spring 2018, Jeremy took some time to explore his interest in the medical field. He fulfilled a position as intern/medical assistant in neuropsychiatry, and was accepted to Georgetown University to pursue pre-medical studies. He has discerned that music is his true devotion as he continues to perform and to build up his repertoire. Jelinek hopes to further pursue his formal musical training, urging forward on the path to becoming a well-rounded and refined professional musician.