Lee Reynolds is a British conductor of operatic and orchestral repertoire. Current and recent highlights include Street Scene Opéra de Monte Carlo, recordings with the Philharmonia and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the world premiere at Glyndebourne of Agreed by Howard Moody, performances with the Southbank Sinfonia, the Beethoven Academy Orchestra, National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and the Opera North Academy, and a new production of Eugene Onegin with Nederlandse Reisopera.

Recent engagements included performances and recordings with the LSO, a performance of Britten and Wagner in the new Linbury Theatre at the Royal Opera House, Saint-Saëns with the RSNO, Elgar and Penderecki with the Beethoven Academy Orchestra in Kraków, Verdi Requiem at the Dartington International Festival, Stravinsky and Britten with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, conducting the soundtracks for film and video game releases, and assisting on the Teatro Real’s new production of Kurt Weill Street Scene in Madrid.

At Glyndebourne, Lee has conducted four world premières in studio productions, on the mainstage and on the Glyndebourne Tour. With the LSO, Lee has conducted performances at the Barbican, the Berlin Philharmonie and LSO St Luke’s, and his 2015 recording of Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 with Adolfo Barabino has been lauded in the international press. His recording with Joshua Bell of Theodora, a new work by American composer Joshua Ralph, has recently been released.

As an Assistant Conductor, collaborations include work with Valery Gergiev, Daniel Harding, Marin Alsop, Michael Tilson Thomas, Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Sian Edwards, Tim Murray, Jaime Martin and Kirill Karabits.

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Street Scene opens in Monte Carlo

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Lee Reynolds conducts Street Scene in Monte Carlo

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