Jamie is in Brussels to give six concerts with the Brussels Philharmonic. Performances in Brussels (Flagey), Leuven, Roeselare and Bruges.
Jamie is stepping in for indisposed Joshua Weilerstein to conduct 11 concerts with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. This is including 2 public concerts, one to be recorded for Swiss Radio and 9 education concerts. Details here
Jamie to make debuts with Basel Symphony Orchestra and Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne
Jamie made his Salzburg Festival debut at the Residenzhof in a concert with the Camerata Salzburg and soloists Ian Bostridge and Johannes Hinterholzer
Jamie will make his debut with the Hamburg Symphoniker on July 7th 2013 in an Italian-themed programme. More details here
Jamie will make his debut at The Sage, Gateshead, as part of a tour to the North-East with the Hallé Youth Orchestra. The programme includes Stravinsky’s Firebird and Sibelius Symphony No. 2. Details here
Jamie was featured as BBC Music Magazine’s Rising Star, Great Artists of Tomorrow, December 2012
Jamie is to make his conducting debut with the Hallé Orchestra in Manchester on Saturday 10th November 2012. More details here.
Jamie has been appointed as Assistant Conductor to Sir Mark Elder and the Hallé Orchestra. More details here.
The next Birmingham Festival Orchestra concert will be on 25th August 2012. More details here.
Jamie has been selected to conduct the London Sinfonietta in July 2012 as part of their Academy programme.
Jamie has been invited to conduct the Camerata Salzburg at the 2013 Summer Salzburg Festival. Details here.
Jamie is delighted to announce that his conducting activities are now managed worldwide by Jessica Ford at Intermusica. Details here.
Next concert of Birmingham Festival Orchestra on 2nd April 2012. Programme of Mahler and Sibelius. Details here.
Jamie has been invited to take part in the conducting programme at the Tanglewood Music Festival with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in July 2012.
Jamie participated in the Besançon International Competition for Young Conductors as the youngest of 20 candidates and reached the semi-final stage.
The successful inaugural concert of the Birmingham Festival Orchestra took place on Saturday 27th August in a programme of Rachmaninov and Shostakovich. The concert review in the Birmingham Post can be found here.