Jeffrey Schindler, conductor

Conductor Jeffrey Schindler enjoys a dynamic international career that takes him from concert podiums around the world to the scoring stages of Hollywood, to the recording studios of London. Whether leading symphonic works of the Masters, multi-million dollar film scores, or cutting edge contemporary and commercial music, Mr. Schindler’s energy and visionary musical storytelling are hallmarks of every performance. Mr. Schindler’s artistry melds imaginative and illuminating performances with expressive and powerful technique, impeccable scholarship, and vibrant energy.

Known as a versatile conductor, Mr. Schindler has conducted world-renowned orchestras across the globe. He has appeared with the London Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House, Seattle Symphony, Pacific Symphony, Nashville Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Colorado Symphony, Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphony Silicon Valley, Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Orquesta Filarmónica de Santiago, Orquesta Filarmónica de Puerto Rico, Czech Philharmonic, London Session Orchestra, The Strauss Orchestra of Montreal, Orquesta Internacional de Las Artes in Mexico City and the AISOI Symphony Orchestra in Australia.

Mr. Schindler is one of the only conductors leading concerts of live orchestra to film who has conducted A-list Hollywood motion pictures in the original studio recordings, and he is in high demand among film composers. He has led the sessions for many international feature film and television projects including X-Men: Apocalypse, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Jack the Giant Slayer, The Wolfman, Astroboy, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Temple Grandin, Four Christmases, Bernard and Doris, Anchorman, Talladega Nights, Hollywood Homicide and the most successful documentary of all time: the Academy-Award winning March of the Penguins.