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Professor of Orchestral Conducting, Indiana University


MAESTRO JEFF MEYER was appointed professor of music in orchestral conducting at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in 2023.

Meyer has developed a career as an accomplished conductor, pianist, and educator throughout North America, Europe, Russia, and Asia with a reputation for championing contemporary orchestral music and innovative collaborations. His programming has been awarded multiple prizes, including three ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming and two Vytautas Marijosius Memorial Awards in Orchestral Programming.

He was previously director of orchestras at Arizona State University since 2016 and artistic partner with the Northwest Sinfonietta, one of the Northwest United States’ most dynamic orchestras. Artistic director of the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic for two decades, his work with the orchestra was noted for its breadth and innovation.

Praised as “one of the most interesting and creatively productive conductors working in St. Petersburg” by Sergei Slonimsky, the Chamber Philharmonic’s American debut with three performances at Symphony Space’s Wall-to-Wall Festival in New York City were described by The New York Times as “impressive,” “powerful,” “splendid,” and “blazing.”

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