JBM signs conductor Jonathan Berman.

We are pleased to announce that British conductor Jonathan Berman joins the roster as our first new signing of 2022. A champion of the music of Franz Schmidt and Oliver Knussen, he has a strong reputation for contemporary music and is a creative and passionate communicator. Later this season he conducts the Cleveland Orchestra atRead more ›

Christopher Moulds in Berlin

Christopher Moulds begins 2022 with a return to the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin for three performances of Sasha Waltz’s production of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. He last conducted this production in Berlin in November 2019, and elsewhere has lead performances in Buenos Aires, Madrid, and Sydney. It features Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, VocalconsortRead more ›

Matthew Halls conducts Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra

Matthew Halls returns to the podium in Jacoby Symphony Hall for a programme that promises to be rich in beauty and serenity, featuring Vaughan Williams’s Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, Ravel’s Pavane pour une infante défunte, and Brahms’s Second Symphony. The rest of the year sees Halls continuing to return to the USRead more ›

New Year’s Honour for Alpesh Chauhan

We are delighted to announce that British conductor Alpesh Chauhan has been awarded an OBE in Her Majesty The Queen’s New Year’s Honours list for 2022. Alpesh receives the honour for services to the arts. The Music Director of Birmingham Opera Company was delighted to accept the prestigious award: “It was a happy surprise toRead more ›

Christopher Moulds: Magic Flute in Moscow

Following his successful 6-performance run of Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte at Opernhaus Zürich, Christopher Moulds prepares for Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte in concert with Moscow State Philharmoic Society this week. Moulds is joined by the Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra, vocal ensemble Intrada, and a cast of distinguished soloists. More here.

Olli Mustonen in Prague

This week, Olli Mustonen performs with the Prague Philharmonia under the baton of Marcelo Lehninger. The programme celebrates the music of Ludwig van Beethoven, and features Martinu, whose style is believed to be reminiscent of Brahms, who himself characteristically follows that of Beethoven. This will be Mustonen’s final performance in 2021, following the annual EcumenicalRead more ›

Karl-Heinz Steffens in Berlin

This weekend Karl-Heinz Steffens takes up both his clarinet and basset horn to participate in the Mendelssohn Festival at Berlin’s Pierre Boulez Saal, a two-day celebration of the composer curated by Elena Bashkirova which also features an arrangement of his songs by Aribert Reimann as well as works by his sister Fanny Hensel and Mozart.Read more ›

Maria Włoszczowska joins for worldwide general management

JBM is delighted to welcome Maria Włoszczowska to our artist roster. The Polish violinist is recognised for her versatile musicianship, performing as soloist, director/ concertmaster, and chamber musician. ‘She cuts a charismatically unpretentious presence on stage, authoritative yet compliant, incisive in gesture but eliciting a natural expressive warmth.’ – Ken Walton, VoxCarnyx

Grant Llewellyn performs festive favourites with BBC NOW

Grant Llewellyn and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales bring festive cheer to Cardiff and Swansea with a seasonal programme appealing to families and the young at heart. Christmas Celebrations 15th December in Cardiff 16th December in Swansea Family Concert: The Night Before Christmas 19th December in Cardiff (English) (Welsh)

Julian Bliss joins JBM for worldwide general management

We are delighted to welcome clarinettist Julian Bliss to the JBM roster alongside his septet. Performing recitals, concertos and chamber music, as well as concerts with his jazz septet, he is a true all-round musician. Frequently performing classics such as Mozart’s clarinet concerto and Brahms clarinet quintet, Bliss also enjoys working in the more contemporaryRead more ›