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Born 1971 in Munich, Andreas Pascal Heinzmann first studied musicology, philosophy and music teaching in Munich. At the same time, he commenced his studies with Sergiu Celibidache in Munich and Paris. After Celibidache passed away, he continued studying with the famous conductor's assistant Konrad Abel. In Innsbruck he took further courses with Prof. Edgar Seipenbusch, receiving his conductor's diploma in 2000.

His career was influenced by courses and as a guest student of Prof. Wolfgang Sawallisch, James Conlon, General Musical Director Christian Thielemann, Prof. Jan Stulen and Harry Bicket, and by working with the composer and conductor Hidayat Inayat-Khan and the pianist Veronica Jochum von Moltke. Moreover, he put on productions with the directors Prof. Hellmuth Matthiasek, Jörg Hube and Dominik Wilgenbus. Together with the singer Jan Hendrik Rootering he held master-classes in Munich, Hamburg and Chicago.

Shortly after graduation, Andreas Pascal Heinzmann was appointed principal conductor of the «Münchner Jugendorchester», and held this position for three seasons (2001-2003). The «Symphonisches Orchester München-Andechs» elected him as principal conductor in 2001. With this orchestra, he performs a wide repertory ranging from Baroque to contemporary music. In 2003, Andreas Pascal Heinzmann became art director of the «Herbstakademie der Orchestergemeinschaft München-Andechs». Since 2003, he holds the same position at the «Junges Orchester München». He has been employed as conductor at Munich's smallest opera «Kleinstes Opernhaus Münchens» since 2002. In the autumn of 2004, he assumed the position of art directory at the Orchestra «Kulturverein Zorneding». The Bavarian broadcasting company Bayrischer Rundfunk has shown live recordings of his performances.

Andreas Pascal Heinzmann acted as guest-conductor at the Münchner Kammerorchester as musical assistant to Christoph Poppen, the «Kurpfälzisches Kammerorchester Mannheim», the «Schauburg» München, the «Camerata Andechs», the «Junge Münchner Philharmonie», the Carl Orff Festival at Andechs, der Bavarian theater academy «Bayerische Theaterakademie», the «Nymphenburger Sommer».

Concert tours took him to Hungary (Budapest), the Czech Republic (Prague, Mariánské LáznÄ›), France (Lyon, Nancy), Italy, and Austria.

In 2008 and 2009 he has a position as First Assistant Conductor of James Conlon at the »Los Angeles Opera» and as a teacher at the »Young Artists Program« of Placido Domingo.

Apart from working with orchestras, choirs (mainly spiritual music), and singers, his musical scope includes chamber music, ranging from playing continuo, organ improvisations, and being part of several jazz ensembles.

Moreover, he holds a part-time lectureship for ensemble conducting at the Ludwig Maximilians Universtity in Munich.