Jon Malax

Senior Lecturer: Classical

BA (Hons) Music (Classical)

In the UK he has conducted Manchester Camerata, Hallam Sinfonia, Liverpool Mozart Orchestra, Crosby Symphony Orchestra, Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra, North Staffordshire Symphony Orchestra and the Derbyshire City & County Youth Orchestra amongst others. He has been Music Director of Solihull Symphony Orchestra since 2013.
As a keen advocate of new music, Jon performed the world premiere of Simon Dobson’s Trombone Concerto with Peter Moore and the RNCM Brass Band, broadcast on BBC Radio 2.


Following his studies with Dale Clevenger at Roosevelt University in Chicago, Jon moved to Manchester in 2010 to study orchestral conducting at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM). Upon completion of his studies he was awarded the Mortimer-Furber Prize in Conducting, and in 2011 he was appointed as a conductor of the Junior RNCM. Jon has been Senior Lecturer in Conducting at Leeds Conservatoire since 2014. As a guest conducting tutor, Jon has taught at the RAF, RNCM (both undergraduate courses and international short conducting courses) and University of Manchester.

Leeds Conservatoire Principal Lecturer Jamie Taylor & alumnus Sam Dunn join forces on 9 Dec, as the Jazz Guitarists… https://t.co/jf2CU8DWYm
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