On the fourth day of Christmas, Jill Kremer’s list of songs can be found on Sheet Music Plus, Spotify, Apple Music and a website known as Amazon.
On the third day of Christmas, Jill Kremer’s list of song can be found on Spotify, Apple Music, and a website known as Amazon!
On the second day of Christmas, Jill Kremer’s list of songs can be found on Apple Music, and a website known as Amazon!
Here is my ninth album of piano solos. Celebrating a variety of genres, these fourteen compositions represent many different birds. The piano solo “Crows” is dark and daunting, which contrast to “A Flock of Seagulls” that is uplifting and whimsical. “Dragonflies” is a jazz sensation somewhat magical and fun. More details are included in the album description on the link.
What an amazing experience it was to play the piano for the P.E.O. International Convention in Des Moines, Iowa this past September.
The rehearsal with the choir of 275
It was just wonderful having my Chapter BL sisters, Gretchen Jolly and Carolyn Chapman to share this grand occasion. And a very special Thank you to my daughter and P.E.O. sister, Kelsi Kremer, who helped me sell Cds and sheet music and was just over all fantastic!
What a treat to have Jill Kremer be part of our Sisterhood’s 150th celebration! Our Tampa Reciprocity flew her in for our annual Founder’s Day luncheon where she gave us a concert of her original piano works, highlighting each of our seven Founders. She has captured their personalities in these pieces and gave us a little insight into each of these special women who began our extraordinary Sisterhood. May you feel their presence as Jill presents these lovely pieces to those fortunate to be in attendance at this amazing celebration!
Past State President Karen Steward was kind enough to give me a quote, “When I was looking for music for the Convention of Illinois State Chapter in 2012, I ordered the CD “The Piano Solos: A Tribute to P.E.O. Founders” from Jill. She had composed and performed the CD and it was beyond my expectations! I had a hard time deciding which beautiful melody I loved best! I chose to use “Ella Stewart” as a processional and “Suela Pearson Penfield” as a recessional. I still listen to my CD today and it still brings me peace and. Thank you, Jill, for sharing your talents! “