Lee Reynolds is a British-born conductor with a reputation for bringing intensity and exceptional detail to his performances. He is the Associate Conductor of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.

Current and recent highlights include his house début conducting Kurt Weill Street Scene at the Opéra de Monte Carlo, broadcast concerts and recordings with the London Symphony Orchestra, Ravel L’Enfant et les Sortilèges with VOPERA and the London Philharmonic Orchestra shortlisted for this year’s South Bank Sky Arts Award, his Russian debut with the New Russian State Symphony Orchestra in Moscow performances with the NYO and a recording of British Horn Concertos with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Ben Goldscheider.

Other previous highlights include four world premieres at Glyndebourne, performances with the Southbank Sinfonia, the Dublin Concert Orchestra, the Beethoven Academy Orchestra in Kraków, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, and conducting a new production of Eugene Onegin with Nederlandse Reisopera.

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. His 2015 recording of Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 with Adolfo Barabino has been lauded in the international press. He also recorded Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 with Adolfo Barabino, and Theodora, a new work by American composer Joshua Ralph, with Joshua Bell.

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Lee Reynolds conducts the LSO

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