Jeffrey Jubenville earned a Master's degree in organ performance from McGill University after having received a Bachelor of Music degree with Great Distinction in piano performance from the University of Saskatchewan. While at university, Jeffrey studied with Robin Harrison. In 1993, Jeffrey won the Canadian National Organ Playing Competition. Jeffrey also received "Laureat" in the first Ville de Paris Concours International, where he was invited to study with James David Christie in Boston.
While earning his Artist's Diploma from the Boston Conservatory, Jeffrey served as Assistant Organist to Danial Pinkham at historic King's Chapel. He also worked with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood under the direction of Seiji Ozawa from l996 to l999, after which he moved to California. While serving as Organist at Temple Emanu-El in San Francisco, Jeffrey also served the congregations of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church of San Mateo, All Saints' Episcopal Church in San Francisco, and First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo. Jeffrey currently serves as Organist for First Parish in Lexington.