Joris Bartsch Buhle is one of the most charismatic conductors of his generation in the fields of classical, pop and film music. His passion is to combine different styles in a meaningful way to break possible musical boundaries.

In the early 90s, the solo violinist gained significant experiences at the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. In parallel, he studied and assisted with the Italian star conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli and the Russian Michail Jurowski.

In the late 90s, he founded his first orchestra, the today's »Berlin Pops Orchestra«. It was the beginning to connect Buhles roots of classical music with other styles of music at the highest level.

In 2000, the entertainer and show host Dieter Thomas Heck hired him under direction of Frank Hof for all his TV shows in ZDF. This was followed by a variety of TV shows in ARD, ZDF, Pro 7, Sat.1, ARTE and 3SAT.

Since 2002 Joris Bartsch Buhle is together with his orchestras »Berlin Pops Orchestra«, »Berlin Score Orchestra« and the Polish »Wroclaw Score Orchestra« an official partner of the renowned studio »Teldex Studio Berlin«. In addition to classical music and opera productions for Universal Japan and AVEX-Japan there are musical encounters and CD productions with artists such as Peter Maffay, Rosenstolz, Barbara Schöneberger, Etta Scollo, Sarah Connor, Nina Hagen, Marc Murphy, Till Brönner and star countertenor Jochen Kowalski for all international record labels including Universal, Sony/BMG, X-Cell und EDEL.

During this time, Joris Bartsch Buhle discovered his passion for film soundtracks. This was followed by recordings for renowned music composers such as Martin Todsharow (»Elementarteilchen - The Elementary Particles«) and Niki Reiser (»Die weisse Massai - The White Massai«). 2006 was the year of the first Hollywood production for MGM Studios with the composers Reinhold Heil and Johnny Klimek. Just two years later Joris Bartsch Buhle with his »Berlin Pops Orchestra« were commited by Columbia Pictures Hollywood for the soundtrack recording of Tom Tykwer's latest film »The International« with the main actors Clive Owen and Naomi Watts.

2009 the »Baader-Meinhof-Komplex« by Constantin Film received an Oscar nomination for the best foreign language film.