Internationally renowned conductor Mark Wigglesworth is one of the outstanding musicians of his generation, as much at home in the opera house as in the concert hall. Recognised for his masterly interpretations, his highly detailed performances combine a finely considered architectural structure with great sophistication and rare beauty. Through a broad repertoire ranging from Mozart to Boulez, he has forged enduring relationships with many orchestras and opera houses throughout the world. Wigglesworth has enjoyed a long relationship with English National Opera, and operatic engagements elsewhere include The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, The Metropolitan Opera, the Bavarian State Opera, La Monnaie, Glyndebourne and Opera Australia. In 2017 he received the Oliver Award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera. On the concert platform, highlights include performances with the Berlin Philharmonic, Concertgebouworkest, London Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony. Mark Wigglesworth has written articles for The Guardian and The Independent and has made a six-part TV series for the BBC entitled Everything to Play For. His book The Silent Musician: Why Conducting Matters was published in 2018 by Faber & Faber.
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