Quotes

"Julien Benichou is one of the most brilliant and talented conductors I have ever had the pleasure of working with."

Dariusz Skoraczewski, Principal Cello Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.


"It is not often I have the pleasure to work with such a great collaborator. Julien is a young, vibrant conductor with keen musicianship."

Lester Lynch, Baritone.


"I've had the pleasure of working with Julien several times in the past few seasons. He is a thoughtful musician and an inspiring conductor. His music making is filled with life and character and he is a joy to work with."

Stefan Jackiw, Violinist.


"Julien Benichou is a vibrant, engaging personality on the podium, a lover of expressive musicians and fully committed to the integrity of the music"

Janice Chandler Eteme, Soprano.


"Maestro Benichou is a powerful conductor who constantly raises the musical bar by pushing himself first. This is then reciprocated by his musicians resulting in a exhilarating artistic experience shared by all in the concert hall."

Nicholas Currie, Concertmaster Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra.


"With heart and mind ablaze, Julien's work with the New Music Ensemble has been a delight."

William Kleinsasser, Artistic Director, Towson New Music Ensemble.


"It was a real pleasure working with Maestro Benichou. I really appreciated his outstanding musicality, and also his desire to serve the music and assist the artists in any way possible.

Maestro Benichou is also what is called a "singers conductor." A conductor that is keenly aware of the needs of the singer and knows how to create an ideal atmosphere to make music.

I really enjoyed working with Maestro Benichou and felt our work together was a real collaborative effort. While working together, I always had the impression that his desires were only to serve the music. It was quite refreshing and I'm looking forward to any future opportunities to work with him again."

Kevin Short, Baritone.


"Julien Benichou is without doubt, one of the most exciting young conductors on the scene today. He deftly combines his elegant graceful gestures, a wonderful sense of both youthful verve and old world wisdom, with profound sincere musicianship."

Jonathan Carney, Concertmaster Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.


"It has been one of the rare and unblemished privileges of my life to make music along side Maestro Julien Benichou. I am lucky to to call him a colleague and a friend."

Amos Fayette, Violinist, New World Symphony Fellow.




Julien Benichou 2014