" of Britain’s most popular conductors..." MAN EVE NEWS






"Anthony Inglis, one of Britain's most popular conductors...." Manchester Evening News (Manchester Camerata)

"But the night belonged to Anthony Inglis!" The Age (Melbourne Symphony)

"..Rachmaninov's Paganini Variations with the RPO under the gifted Anthony Inglis." London Evening Standard (Royal Philharmonic)

"...his excellent direction of a stirring Romeo and Juliet........ earned him the most bragging rights." Palm Beach Post.

(Boca Ratan Philharmonia)

"..the evening ended with the audience howling for more." Bournemouth Evening Echo (Bournemouth Symphony)

"Amusing, exilerating, conductor Anthony Inglis truly excelled himself. I must question whether he can ever top this performance." Basingstoke & North Hants Gazette (Bournemouth Symphony)

"This was classical music theatre at its best: streamers and flags for the patriots, romance for the nostalgic, and pure joy for music lovers everywhere" Manchester Evening News. (Hallé Orchestra)


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  Anthony Inglis is one of the busiest international conductors. Whether it is conducting a Beethoven symphony with a world famous orchestra, conducting at a Naming Ceremony for a Cunard ship or conducting a concert attended by Royalty, his dynamic leadership stands out. He is Music Director of the National Symphony Orchestra, Music Director for the Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins and Music Supervisor/Consultant to Phantom of the Opera in London. Use the tabs above for further information.

The 2017 Anthony Inglis/NSO transatlantic crossing is scheduled for September 7th 2017 Voyage no 733 from New York to Southampton. Please book via Cunard website

In over 200 conducting performances it is reckoned there is no featured artist who has appeared more often at London's Royal Albert Hall than Anthony Inglis.

 Anthony Inglis musically supervised and conducted the 25th anniversary performances of Phantom of The Opera held in October 2011 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The final performance was broadcast live to cinemas throughout the world and has now been released on DVD/CD. He can also (briefly) be seen in "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" just released to cinemas. Also in 2011, he and Valery Gergiev conducted the LSO in a celebratory concert of Mikhail Gorbachev's 80th birthday, televised live to Russia.








above photos taken by Kutsal Lenger


                        Anthony Inglis (5th from left front row) and members of the National Symphony Orchestra  after one of their concerts on the bow of the QM2 as she                                                                                         .                                                                                                                          sailed at 25 knots across The Atlantic




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