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Jens Georg Bachmann


The artistry and musicianship of the young German-born conductor Jens Georg Bachmann has been praised by audiences, orchestras and the press on both sides of the Atlantic; his insightful, inspiring leadership has led to many reinvitations since. His young international career covers symphonic and opera productions in equal measure. Through his impressive artistic versatility he has quickly become a sought after international artist for orchestras, opera houses and educational institutions alike. The Boston Globe has hailed Mr. Bachmann’s ability to step-in for Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director James Levine saying, “Even the most experienced conductors would shy away from performing Beethoven's Ninth without rehearsal, but Bachmann emerged creditably from the ordeal." Read More


"Bachmann led Schoenberg's Chamber Symphony confidently and well, taking a somewhat more expansive view of some episodes than Levine and bringing flow to music that can coagulate."
"Even the most experienced conductors would shy away from performing Beethoven's Ninth without rehearsal, but Bachmann emerged creditably from the ordeal."
-Richard Dyer | Boston Globe

"Vigorous applause [...] greeted the first Symphony Hall performance by Boston Symphony assistant conductor Jens Georg Bachmann. As you would expect from a protégé of James Levine, all pieces sounded different and individual, yet also connected to the same pervasive Romantic-period impulses. His tempos were well-chosen, and convincing. The famous melody in the slow movement of the Mendelssohn ["Scottish" ] soared sumptuously."
-Richard Dyer | Boston Globe

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