“George Jackson raised the stature of the music to a rarely-encountered level, absolutely enthralling from first bar to last.”
Armed with insatiable artistic curiosity, a true performer’s instincts and the advantages of a rigorous central European training, George Jackson has earned critical acclaim for the authority and eloquence of his music-making. Winner of the 2015 Aspen Conducting Prize, Jackson came to attention after stepping in at short notice with Orchestre de Paris, where he stepped in for Daniel Harding.
Recent highlights include leading Ensemble Intercontemporain at the Rainy Days Festival in Luxembourg and Festival D’Automne in Paris, as well as conducting the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, the orchestra of Opéra de Rouen, and the world premiere of Tscho Theissing’s Genia with Theater an der Wien.
His varied operatic experience includes performances at Opera North, Hamburg State Opera and Opera Holland Park, as well as conducting a new production of Hänsel und Gretel at Grange Park Opera, where he was described in review as ‘a young conductor to watch'.
News and Articles
George Jackson conducts Figaro24 May 2021
The show must go online16 August 2020
Looking forward to 2020/2120 April 2020
George Jackson stands in at Paris Philharmonie2 March 2020
Replacing Beethoven28 February 2020
Festival Debuts for George Jackson27 November 2019
George Jackson makes his Grange Park Opera debut with 'Hänsel und Gretel' to critical acclaim27 June 2019
NewsletterSignings, Awards and CDs 4 May 2018
George Jackson to stand in at Orchestre de Paris3 April 2018
George Jackson makes his debut at Aspen26 July 2016