As Music Director of the Erie Philharmonic, Artistic Director of the Westmoreland Symphony, and Director of Orchestral Activities at Duquesne University, Meyer has reinvigorated orchestras with his engaging presence and keen musical intellect.
In recent seasons, he has frequently conducted the Rochester Philharmonic and the Pittsburgh Symphony, as well as held guest positions with the Indianapolis, Columbus, Phoenix and Knoxville Symphonies.
critically-acclaimed European debut took place with Germany's Staatstheater Stuttgart Orchestra and violinist Thomas Zehetmaier. Soon after that performance, he returned to Germany for concerts with the Neue Philharmonie Westfalenand to Austria to perform with the Tonkünstler Orchestra and the Wiener Jeunesse Orchestra.
Upon the invitation of Mariss Jansons, Meyer was named Resident Conductor of the Pittsburgh Symphony and Music Director of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony, where he served until 2009.
worked closely with Manfred Honeck, Mariss Jansons, Sir Andrew Davis and Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, led the Pittsburgh Symphony on tour, and conducted performances with Pinchas Zukerman, Sarah Chang and Marvin Hamlisch. He also led the world premiere of Richard Danielpour's "Pastime," a co-commission of the Pittsburgh Symphony, Atlanta Symphony and the Brooklyn Philharmonic.
In addition to his duties at Lakeside, Meyer will return
to conduct the Pittsburgh Symphony this year and record the music of Hanson, Diamond and Daugherty for Bavarian Radio with the Bamberger Symphoniker. He is also continuing a recording project of the concertos of Lynn Purse at Duquesne University, will debut with Symphony Silicon Valley and return to Cleveland's Blue Water Chamber Orchestra in a three-concert partnership.