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Jamie Phillips


  • Jamie Phillips first came to international attention through his success in the Nestle Salzburg Conducting Award in 2012. He has since developed a strong guest conducting profile, demonstrating a natural authority and confidence on the rostrum, which he combines with a clear, expressive technique and innate musicality. He has been described as having “an uncommon ability to pick up a familiar piece by the scruff its neck and shake invigorating new life into it.” – Bachtrack.

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  • Engagements in the 2016/17 season include debuts with the Oslo Philharmonic, Tonkünstler Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Copenhagen Philharmonic, the orchestra of the Opéra de Rouen Normandie, and Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra Katowice. Phillips returns to the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonie Zuidnederland.

    In recent seasons, Phillips has conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic when in residence as a Gustavo Dudamel Fellow, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia, Manchester Camerata, Nash Ensemble, the orchestra of Welsh National Opera, Ulster Orchestra, RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Mozarteumorchester Salzburg, Camerata Salzburg, Deutsche Radio Philharmonie, Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, and Brussels Philharmonic.

    Phillips was Assistant Conductor of the Hallé from 2012 – 2015 and was the youngest conductor to work with the orchestra. In the 2015/16 season the orchestra created the post of Associate Conductor for him.

    Jamie Phillips is a committed advocate of new music and in the 2016/17 season he will appear on a new recording on NMC of orchestral music by Tarik O’Regan recorded with the Hallé. In September 2014, recorded the music of Scottish composer, Helen Grime, together with Sir Mark Elder and the Hallé Orchestra and released on the NMC Label: “Performances are spot-on, not least from the orchestra’s assistant conductor, Jamie Phillips, making an auspicious debut on disc.” Classical Music Magazine.

    2016-2017 season / 324 words. Not to be altered without permission.


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Orchestral highlights

The Hallé (Associate Conductor)

Camerata Salzburg

Mozarteumorchester Salzburg

Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern

BBC Symphony Orchestra

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra

Brussels Philharmonic

Orchestre de la Suisse Romande

Sinfonieorchester Basel

Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne

Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg

Swedish Chamber Orchestra

Vasteras Symphony Orchestra

Residentie Orchestra

We know Phillips to be one of the ablest up-and-coming conductors, but his account of Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony was electrifying and won him a prolonged ovation, not least from the orchestra. He showed tremendous energy and very watchable athleticism, but also an eye for detail and certain discipline. He really had the Hallé playing superbly… With Phillips we have lift-off.

The Arts Desk

A convincing performance, which was characterised above all by natural musicality and fresh, free and yet precise direction.

Salzburger Nachrichten

Performances are spot-on, not least from the orchestra’s assistant conductor, Jamie Phillips, making an auspicious debut on disc.

Classical Music Magazine, five stars

Intermusica represents Jamie Phillips worldwide

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