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A graduate of the Royal Opera’s prestigious Jette Parker Young Artist Programme, Andrew has an enviable reputation as a talented and versatile young conductor. He has conducted productions for The Royal Opera, The Royal Ballet, WNO, Opera North, Opera Theatre Company, Early Opera Company, Mid Wales Opera, Iford, and Bampton, and concerts with the Royal Northern Sinfonia, Orchestra of the Swan, Southbank Sinfonia and Orpheus Sinfonia. A sought-after choral conductor, he is musical director of Londinium and Kingston Choral Society and regularly broadcasts with the BBC Singers.
Stricklandgate House, 92 Stricklandgate, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4PU
Conductor and continuo player
83 Sturton Street, Cambridge, CB1 2QG, United Kingdom
Director of Music at St John’s College, Cambridge since 2007. Previously Director of Music at Truro and Gloucester Cathedrals, Artistic Director of the Gloucester Three Choirs Festival, Music Director of Gloucester Choral Society and of Three Spires Singers. CDs for Chandos and Signum. BBC Music Magazine Award Winner. Has conducted many British orchestras including Philharmonia, Royal Philharmonic, Britten Sinfonia, CBSO, BBCCO. Has conducted in some 20 countries including USA, Japan, Mexico, BBC Proms, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Verbier Festival. Weekly webcasts: sjcchoir.co.uk
St John's College, Cambridge, CB2 1TP
Beechcroft The Woodlands, West Avenue, Roundhay, Leeds, LS8 2JN
Principal Guest Conductor Culver City Symphony Orchestra, Cello, Cellist, Conductor, Cello Teacher, Professor of Cello at USC, Principal Cello at Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.
2265 Old Topanga Canyon Rd, Topanga, CA 90290, United States
5 Middle Way, Islip, Oxford, OX5 2SH
22 Cranfield House, 97-107 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 4HH
Conductor, horn player, accompanist
Herring Gulls, CT16 1AF, United Kingdom
11 Woodside Rd, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT2 5AT
Anthony Negus is Music Director of Longborough Festival Opera and gained international authority as a conductor and coach of Wagner’s works. At LFO he conducted the acclaimed Ring Cycle in 2013, Tristan und Isolde in 2015 and Tannhäuser in 2016. In 2017 he returns for a revival of Tristan and a new production of The Magic Flute. He is also Music Director of Opra Cymru. Richard Morrison of The Times said of the Longborough Ring Cycle - 2013 "...But the driving force has been the conductor, Anthony Negus, for whom the epithet "the Reggie Goodall of our time" doesn’t seem too strong."