Walker Jermaine Jackson,

tenor, is an alumnus of the DeKalb School of the Arts and three-time recipient of the TRMF scholarship from 2002-2004, all to attend the Interlochen Arts Camp. He went on to graduate from the Interlochen Arts Academy and pursue further degrees in music.

Walker Jermaine Jackson holds a Bachelor of Music from the Cleveland Institute of Music in Voice and Dalcroze Eurhythmics, and two Masters of Music, one in Vocal & Opera Performance from Indiana University and another in Music Theory from Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.

Also a classically-trained orchestra clarinetist and pianist, he served as principal clarinetist in the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra, and continues to be an active chamber musician, choral conductor, vocal coach, and producer.

Jermaine began working with the Tim Redovian Memorial Fund in 2006 and was appointed to Artistic Director in 2012. He has a passion for enriching the lives of the next generation of performing artists and a dream to serve as Artistic Director of a major Performing Arts School.

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