"Jeremy Christensen is a self taught pianist who has the ability to capture the sounds of innocence and the beauty that life has to offer."
- Paul Cardall Narada Recording Artist www.paulcardall.com
Twenty-One year old Jeremy Christensen has been creating music since his early teens. Inspired by artists like Jim Brickman, Michael McClean, Yanni, and Paul Cardall, each piece is written for the beauty and simplicity of life.
"Tears of a Child" which is clearly one of his most expressive compositions, was composed when Jeremy understood for the first time the reality that throughout the world children are deprived of true affection, love, and adorations. Through the melody, listeners can feel Jeremy's desire for the world to embrace each child, wipe away their tears, and begin to become like them, full of innocence.
Other songs like "Whisper" is about "when death suddenly takes a loved one we would give anything to say a few last words to them or to hear their voice one last time. At times, as we ponder their memory, we almost seem to hear them whisper in our memory," according to Christensen.
Jeremy has put his music career aside for two years to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He serves in Guatemaula covering the highlands and small villages. Like the other 60,000 men and women in his mormon missionary shoes, Jeremy is helping individuals find peace in their lives by committing them to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ. Jeremy will return in 2001 and continue his composing with a greater understanding and appreciation for people.