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Other Conductors:
David Agler
John Axelrod *
Laurent Campellone
Francesco Cilluffo
Gianluigi Gelmetti *
Andrew Greenwood
Dominic Grier
Atvars Lakstīgala
Tim Murray
Lee Reynolds
Marc Taddei
Nicola Valentini *
Philip Walsh
Matthew Wood
Lee Reynolds
Conductor
Recent engagements included performances of Stravinsky and Britten with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Tchaikovsky with the Southbank Sinfonia, Bernstein with National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, Beethoven and Szymanowski with the Beethoven Academy Orchestra, and a recording of Barber, Sarasate and Saint-Saëns with the Philharmonia Orchestra at Abbey Road. Lee conducted the world première of Belongings at Glyndebourne in November 2017, and will work as Assistant Conductor for Kurt Weill Street Scene at the Teatro Real in Madrid.

2018 includes projects with the LSO, Royal Opera House, NYO, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Southbank Sinfonia, Blackheath Halls Opera, Beethoven Academy Orchestra, and the Dartington Festival.






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Lee Reynolds is a conductor working with first rate opera companies and symphony orchestras.

As part of a long relationship with the LSO, Lee has conducted recording sessions at all of the major London studios, and performances at the Barbican, LSO St Luke's and the Berlin Philharmonie. His 2015 recording of Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 with Adolfo Barabino was lauded in the international press, and his recording with Joshua Bell of Theodora (a new work by American composer J. Ralph) has recently been released.

Recent engagements included performances of Stravinsky and Britten with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Tchaikovsky with the Southbank Sinfonia, Bernstein with National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, Beethoven and Szymanowski with the Beethoven Academy Orchestra, Elgar at the Dartington International Festival, and a recording of Barber, Sarasate and Saint-Saëns with the Philharmonia Orchestra at Abbey Road. Lee conducted the world première of Belongings at Glyndebourne in November 2017, and will work as Assistant Conductor for Kurt Weill Street Scene at the Teatro Real in Madrid.

2018 includes projects with the LSO, Royal Opera House, NYO, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Southbank Sinfonia, Blackheath Halls Opera, Beethoven Academy Orchestra, the Dartington Festival, and the world premiere of No Sound Ever Dies, an opera for 1000 performers from across Surrey.

At Glyndebourne, Lee assisted on Don Giovanni in the 2014 Festival, going on to conduct the world première performances of Tycho's Dream by their composer in residence, Luke Styles, combining professional soloists with Glyndebourne Youth Opera. Lee conducted Glyndebourne's commission, Captain Blood's Revenge by Lynne Plowman, premièring in May 2013 and on the subsequent Glyndebourne Tour. Lee was part of the team to win the RPS Award for Imago. As Music Director of Glyndebourne Youth Opera, Lee worked on another new commission: Nothing, by David Bruce, and in recognition for his work with voices, Lee received an award from the Arts Foundation in 2015 for Choral Conducting.

As an orchestrator, Lee's work has been recorded at Abbey Road, and performed at venues around the world by the LSO, the LPO, the National Youth Orchestra, the Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk, and the Gstaad Festival Orchestra, by conductors including Valery Gergiev, Vladimir Jurowski and Daniel Harding.

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