Originally from Warner Robins, Georgia, Dr. Jeremy Hunt received his Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. He went on to receive both his Masters and his Doctorate in Vocal Performance from the prestigious Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music. During his time at IU, Jeremy studied with world-renowned singers and teachers Virginia Zeani, Giorgio Tozzi, and Andreas Poulimenos. He also held the position of Associate Instructor of voice for four years, and saw several of his students embark on successful performing careers. 

Dr. Hunt has been a featured soloist with The Riverside Symphonia in Lambertville, NJ, The Orlando Chorale, the Orlando Philharmonic and the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, and is a frequent recitalist in the US and abroad.

As a voice faculty member at UCF, Dr. Hunt has had students accepted into top graduate music programs including, Indiana University, Northwestern University, Manhattan School of Music, Mannes, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Illinois, Penn State and UNCG. 

Dr. Hunt has a strong interest in the Italian language and repertoire, and has twice participated in the Ezio Pinza Council for American singers of Opera in Oderzo, Italy. He also attended the Scuola Leonardo da Vinci in Siena, Italy for an intensive study of the language.

In addition to his musical interests, Jeremy is a registered yoga instructor with the Yoga Alliance, and incorporates his knowledge and practice of yoga into the voice studio. He has presented at National and International conferences on the subject of Yoga for Singers and has created a fully online Yoga for Performers course at UCF, PEM 2122..

Dr. Hunt is also a developer with Apple and has five Apps related to singing and diction on the App store, which have sold in over 50 countries. Visit www.Appstore/VocalTech for more information.

Dr. Hunt is a member NATS and is currently secretary/treasurer of the Central Florida chapter. He was accepted and participated in the NATS Intern program in 2010.