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Jeffery 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.
Meyer is Director of Orchestras at Arizona State University as well as Artistic Director of the St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic in Russia. Praised as “one of the most interesting and creatively productive conductors working in St. Petersburg” by renowned musicologist Sergei Slonimsky, Jeffery Meyer’s extensive work with the St. PCP has been noted for its breadth and innovation, including the premiere of Kaminsky’s Piano Concerto. The New York Times described the orchestra’s 2010 American debut, with three performances at New York City venue, Symphony Space’s Wall-to-Wall Behind the Wall: Music from the Soviet Era Festival, during Laura Kaminsky’s tenure as Artistic Director, as “impressive,” “powerful,” “splendid,” and “blazing.”