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Jonathan Palmer Lakeland, conducting the Wiener Kammerorchester, lets the sounds of pain roar.

Wiener Zeitung, December 2021



British-American musician Jonathan Palmer Lakeland is a conductor, vocal coach, and collaborative pianist whose work has been described as “pointed and dramatic” (Robert Hugill, PlanetHugill), and as “wordless eloquence…he supported the singers with both brio and sensitivity, clearly relishing his involvement in the dramatic narrative” (Margaret Tattersall, The Herald, Stratford-upon-Avon). Jonathan works as a conductor for opera companies in Europe and North America. He also holds a position as Associate Director and vocal coach at the Georg Solti Accademia in Italy. As a collaborative pianist, he has been heard on many of the world’s great stages from London’s Wigmore Hall to Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, with singers including Dame Felicity Lott,

Claire Barnett-Jones, Elin Manahan Thomas, and many more.


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