Music Director of the Charlotte Symphony and London Chamber orchestras, this season Warren-Green returns to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and conducts the world premiere of Frank Corcoran’s Violin Concerto with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra Dublin. He returns to the St Louis Symphony, and following his acclaimed debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in December 2011, he was immediately reinvited for the 2012/13 season. Other highlights include his Italian debut with Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali as well as a number of appearances throughout the season with the Orchestre National de Belgique, including concerts at the Palais des Beaux Arts and a televised concert at the Royal Palace in honour of Belgium’s Royal Family.
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Last season he debuted with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and the Zürcher Kammerorchester, and returned to the Sapporo Symphony, Armenia Philharmonic and London Philharmonic orchestras.
In North America, Warren-Green has also conducted Washington’s National Symphony Orchestra, The Philadelphia and Minnesota orchestras, as well as the Houston, Seattle and Vancouver symphony orchestras, to name a few. Elsewhere, recent seasons have seen performances with Royal Scottish National, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Iceland Symphony orchestras, the Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa and the BBC Concert Orchestra.
A regular on the summer festival scene, Warren-Green recently appeared with the Philharmonia Orchestra at the 2012 Three Choirs Festival as well as the Boston Summer Arts Weekend Festival in the same year with trumpeter Alison Balsom. Other festival appearances include the closing concert of the Berlin International Festival with the London Chamber Orchestra, the International Music Festival ‘Chopin and his Europe’ with Sinfonia Varsovia and Maria João Pires, the Menton Festival and the Enescu Festival with the Chamber Orchestra of the Romanian National Radio Society. He frequently collaborates with the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elizabeth in Brussels.
Warren-Green has been personally invited to conduct on many occasions for the Royal Family in the last thirty years. In April 2011, Warren-Green conducted the London Chamber Orchestra during the marriage ceremony of HRH Prince William Duke of Cambridge and HRH Duchess of Cambridge at Westminster Abbey, which was televised to millions worldwide. Other notable occasions have included Her Majesty the Queen’s 80th birthday celebrations at Kew Palace and HRH Prince of Wales’ 60th birthday concert. Warren-Green also conducted the Philharmonia Orchestra for the Service of Dedication and Prayer (celebrating the marriage of HRH Prince of Wales and HRH Duchess of Cornwall) in 2005.
Previous orchestral appointments have included Principal Conductor of the Camerata Resident Orchestra of the Megaron Athens, taking over from Sir Neville Marriner (2004-2009), Chief Conductor of the Nordiska Kammar Orkestern (1998-2005), and Chief Conductor of the Jönköpings Sinfonietta (1998-2001).
Warren-Green has recorded extensively for Sony, Phillips, Virgin EMI, Chandos and Deustche Grammophon, and regularly records with the London Chamber Orchestra for Signum Classics. He is a regular on UK television and radio, and has featured as a mentor on the BBC’s high-profile television series ‘Maestro’.