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Jules Buckley (Aylesbury, 8 January 1980) is an English arranger, conductor and composer. Since August 2013 Buckley is chief-conductor of the Metropole Orkest.

Composer, orchestrator and conductor Jules Buckley is musical pioneer who pushes the boundaries of contemporary genres. In 2004 he founded the Heritage Orchestra, together with Chris Wheeler. The Heritage Orchestra is a flexible chamber ensemble, dedicated to performing new music with a daring approach to crossing and linking musical genres. In 2008 he became principal guest conductor of the Metropole Orkest, he achieved the position of chief conductor in 2013. Recent highlights include projects with Gregory Porter, Tori Amos, Markus Stockhausen, Michael Kiwanuka, Jonathan Jeremiah and UK house music duoBasement Jaxx. Ever the musical agitator, Buckley’s work has led to collaborations, recordings and live projects with the likes of Massive Attack, Arctic Monkeys,John Cale, Emeli Sandé, Cinematic Orchestra, Jamie Cullum, Beardyman and Dizzy Rascal. This year, he has worked with the WDR Big Band, Jose James and the Royal Concertgebouworkest, Patrick Watson and L’Orchestre Nationale d’ile de France, and arranged and conducted Caro Emerald’s number one album “The Shocking Miss Emerald“. Other recent highlights include work with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chilly Gonzales, as well as various performances of the hugely successful Urban Classic project, including a BBC Radio 3 Prom, where he conducted the BBC SO alongside some of the leading lights of the British urban music scene including Laura Mvula, Maverick Sabre, Jacob Banks, Wretch 32, N-Dubz’ Fazer and Lady Leshurr.