Anthony Inglis

Anthony Inglis, has been described in the UK press as 'one of Britain’s most popular conductors'. In July 2013 he was delighted to be asked to conduct The Coronation Festival Gala Concerts at Buckingham Palace for Her Majesty The Queen - also shown on BBC One Television.

After leaving the Royal College of Music he began his career in the West End of London directing musicals such as 'Irene' with Jon Pertwee at The Adelphi, 'My Fair Lady' with Dame Anna Neagle, also at The Adelphi, 'The Two Ronnies' at The London Palladium and 'Oliver!' with Ron Moody at The Aldwych.

He now leads a busy international conducting career, appearing with some of the greatest orchestras in concert halls and recording studios around the world, including the Royal Albert Hall, where, with 250 conducting performances to his credit, he is one of the most frequent visitors.

Among the orchestras he has conducted are the four main London independent orchestras - the LSO, RPO, LPO and Philharmonia, all the British independent and most BBC orchestras; the Melbourne, Sydney, Gothenburg, Singapore Symphony Orchestras and the Warsaw and Israel Philharmonic Orchestras.

Anthony Inglis is currently Music Director of The National Symphony Orchestra in London and the Welsh mezzo Katherine Jenkins and is Music Supervisor/Consultant for 'Phantom of The Opera' at Her Majesty’s Theatre.

In the world of opera, he has conducted at The Gothenburg Opera House. In ballet he has conducted all three Tchaikovsky ballets for the Birmingham Royal Ballet and the English National Ballet. He spends at least one period per year in Australia with the great Australian orchestras.

Mr. Inglis has conducted many Royal concerts which include all the Cunard ship Naming Ceremonies and several gala performances. Recently he conducted the LSO celebrating Mikhail Gorbachev’s 80th birthday at the RAH and broadcast live on Russian TV, plus also at the RAH the special 25th anniversary concerts celebrating 'Phantom of The Opera', and broadcast live to cinemas around the world (the DVD/CD is now available). He also appeared as a conductor in the Sherlock Holmes movie, 'A Game of Shadows'.

His studio, TV and concert recordings have been broadcast in the UK, Australia, Scandinavia, Europe and The Far East and he has made DVD recordings with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Katherine Jenkins and the NSO, plus many CD recordings amongst many others: LSO (1993 Grammy nominated), LPO, RPO, Philharmonia, Israel and Warsaw Philharmonics, and Santa Cecilia Orchestra Rome. He conducted the RPO at the largest regular live TV show in Europe called Wetten Dass.

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