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05.02.17
Eric Jacobsen, Yo-Yo Ma, The Knights
Review: Yo-Yo Ma, The Knights/Eric Jacobsen (translation)
12.06.16
Wynton Marsalis, James Conlon, Giancarlo Guerrero, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Eric Jacobsen, Mariss Jansons, David Robertson, Gene Scheer, Gil Shaham, Yo-Yo Ma, Branford Marsalis, Mason Bates, Silk Road Ensemble , Nashville Symphony , St. Louis Symphony Orchestra , The Knights , Patti LuPone, Georgia Jarman, Ian Bostridge, Nathan Gunn, Thomas Hampson, Lucas Meachem
2017 Grammy Nominees
Grammy Awards
03.10.16
Eric Jacobsen, Gil Shaham, The Knights
Review: Gil Shaham 1930s Violin Concertos Volume 2
Primephonic
11.16.15
Eric Jacobsen
Review: Equal parts lightness and sorrow from Northwest Sinfonietta in Puyallup
The News Tribune
05.05.15
Eric Jacobsen
ERIC JACOBSEN NAMED MUSIC DIRECTOR OF THE ORLANDO PHILHARMONIC
Orlando Philharmonic
01.11.15
Eric Jacobsen
Review: Orlando Philharmonic's 'Scheherazade,' conducted by Eric Jacobsen
Orlando Sentinel
01.11.15
Eric Jacobsen
Eric Jacobsen earns thunderous applause for “Scheherazade”
Freeline Media Orlando
05.19.14
Eric Jacobsen
New maestro for Greater Bridgeport Symphony
The Connecticut Post
06.08.12
Eric Jacobsen, The Knights
Conduct Indefinable: Beethoven Here, Laura Nyro There
The New York Times

Hailed by the New York Times as "an interpretive dynamo," conductor and cellist Eric Jacobsen has built a reputation for engaging audiences with innovative and collaborative projects. As co-founder and Artistic Director of the adventurous orchestra The Knights and a founding member of the genre-defying string quartet Brooklyn Rider, Jacobsen, along with his brother, violinist Colin Jacobsen, was awarded a prestigious United States Artists Fellowship in 2012.  In the 2015-16 season, Jacobsen celebrated his inagural season as Music Director of the Orlando Philharmonic and his second season as both Music Director of the Greater Bridgeport Symphony and Artistic Partner with the Northwest Sinfonietta ... read full bio