Giordano Bellincampi, conductor
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Giordano Bellincampi

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INTRODUCTION

Giordano Bellincampi is the Music Director of the Auckland Philharmonia and teaches at the Royal Music Conservatory in Copenhagen.

With an enormous repertoire embracing classical, romantic and contemporary music, Bellincampi is particularly celebrated for his prowess in the Central European, Italian and Scandinavian symphonic traditions, and for his interpretations of significant choral and vocal works.

He enjoys regular relationships as a guest with many orchestras around the world, particularly in Scandinavia and Europe, including the Royal Stockholm, Rotterdam and Royal Flemish Philharmonic Orchestras and the St Petersburg Symphony, but also in North America, Asia and Australia.

In 2020 Bellincampi was named Conductor Laureate of Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra.

RECENT AND FUTURE ENGAGEMENTS

Some recent highlights include:

  • concert performances Aida and Don Giovanni with the Auckland Philharmonia;
  • gala performances of Wagner’s operatic and orchestral music with the Duisburg Philharmonic;
  • a repertoire by Nielsen, Sibelius and Beethoven in Amsterdam’s legendary Concertgebouw Hall.

2019/20 season

Bellincampi makes returns to the Tasmanian and Victoria Symphonies, Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana, and Royal Danish Opera, where he recently conducted a gala performance to celebrate Denmark’s reunification with Sonderjylland.

Other Scandinavian dates also include symphonic concerts with the orchestras of Norrlandsoperan and Gothenburg Opera, and a concert performance of Lucia di Lammermoor with the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra. He also makes debuts with the Queensland Symphony, Würth Philharmoniker, and Israel Chamber Orchestra.

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REVIEWS

Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra – Masters of Song – November 2018

Giordano Bellincampi is a conductor who physically conveys the sheer joy of music-making from the podium. With Schubert’s rarely-heard Third Symphony, one saw as well as heard that this was a score close to his heart.”

– Willam Dart, New Zealand Herald

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