Jonathan Lehrer began his carillon studies at Yale University in 2000. Since graduating with a degree in mathematics, Lehrer has been a frequent performer on the carillons of Frederick, Maryland and Arlington National Cemetery, and has played five concert tours spanning the U.S., Canada, Belgium, and the Netherlands. He is a laureate of four international competitions for carillon, most notably the Queen Fabiola International Carillon Competition, where he was awarded the SABAM prize for the best interpretation of Flemish carillon music. Lehrer is the winner of the 2010 International Carillon competition of the Dutch Carillon Guild, and the highest ranked competitor in the International Alexius Julien Competition for baroque music. He graduate with great disctinction from the Belgian Royal Carillon School 'Jef Deyn' where he studied with Eddy Marien, Geert d'Hollander, and Koen Cosaert. From 2008-2009 he performed the Cast in Bronze theatrical carillon show on the Mobile Millennium Carillon at Renaissance festivals across the U.S.
Professor Julianne Vanden Wyngaard, (616) 331-2112