A passionate advocate for American and contemporary music, Matthew Aubin has conducted and performed internationally from Carnegie Hall to the Musikverein and many stops in between. Currently in his third season as Music Director of the Jackson Symphony Orchestra, Aubin also serves as Artistic Director for The Chelsea Symphony in New York City. He regularly serves as a conductor and consultant for film and television including collaborations with the Golden Globe award-winning television series Mozart in the Jungle, Younger, and feature films Joker and Bel Canto. Upcoming engagements include the Symphonic Orchestra of the Teatro de Paz in Brazil, Washington State University, The Hartt School, and an orchestral recording project of the concerti of French composer Fernande Breilh-Decruck featuring soloists from the New York Philharmonic and President’s Own Marine Band, amongst others.
Maestro Stephen Osmond’s triumphal 40 years as music director of the Jackson Symphony Orchestra set a high standard as one of the longest tenures for any conductor in the history of American orchestras. Over four decades, his leadership was consistently distinguished by musical excellence for the orchestra and forward-thinking vision for its programs and facilities.
Maestro Osmond followed a rich and varied path to Jackson, including hundreds of performances from France to China to cities all over the United States.
Jerry Bilik (1975-1978)
Herbert Butler (1972-1975)
Theo Alcantara (1968-1972)
Richard Massman (1962-1963)
Romeo Tata (1961-1962)
Gustave Rosseels (1960-1961)
George C. Wilson (1957-1960 & 1963-1968)
Emil Raab (1954-1957)
Pedro Paz (1950-1955)