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Life President, Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Honorary Conductor, I,Culture Orchestra
Like his mentor and hero, Pierre Monteux, Sir Neville Marriner began life as a violinist, playing first in a string quartet and trio then in the London Symphony Orchestra, during which period he founded the Academy of St Martin in the Fields. After his studies in America with Maestro Monteux, he began his conducting career in 1969, when he founded the Los Angeles Chambre Orchestra, at the same time developing and extending the size and repertoire of the Academy, and guest conducting orchestras all over the world.
17 Nov 2015
Sir Neville Marriner returns to Taiwan to conduct the Taiwan National Symphony Orchestra in two concerts, on November 18th and 20th at the Taiwan National Concert Hall in Taipei and the Xinying...
09 Jul 2015
Sir Neville Marriner conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a programme of Mozart and Schumann, on July 19th as part of the Tanglewood Season. The orchestra will perform two Mozart symphonies:...
15 Jun 2015
Sir Neville Marriner is named a Companion of Honour in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List this year. Made a Commander of the British Empire in 1979 and knighted in 1985, Sir Neville joins a...
23 Apr 2015
Praised by The New York Times for her ‘clear articulation … unequivocal phrasing … [and] expressivity’, Ingrid Jacoby’s new recording of Mozart’s Concertos Nos. 21 & 23, complete with the...
26 Feb 2015
Sir Neville Marriner will receive the title of Doctor Honoris Causa in an award ceremony at the Kraków Academy of Music on Friday February 27th. He will then conduct...
20 Sep 2014
Sir Neville Marriner was honoured with a special Outstanding Achievement Award in recognition of his prolific recording career, at the 2014 Gramophone Awards. The presentation was made at a...
05 Aug 2014
Sir Neville Marriner returns to the Proms on August 10th during his 90th birthday year, to conduct the Academy of St Martin in the Fields. He is joined by Joshua Bell,...
28 Mar 2014
Sir Neville Marriner will conduct the Academy of St Martin in the Fields in the special concert at the Royal Festival Hall on 1 April marking his 90th Birthday celebrations this year....
17 Feb 2014
Acclaimed pianist Ingrid Jacoby’s new recording features Mozart’s Concertos No. 14 K449 and No. 27 K595 complete with the Concert Rondo K382 accompanied by the...
15 Oct 2011
Sir Neville Marriner has been named Honorary Conductor of the newly formed I, Culture Orchestra. ICA has been closely involved in the setting up of this new international orchestra and its...
The Independent - Nov 2011
Like his mentor and hero, Pierre Monteux, Sir Neville Marriner began life as a violinist, playing first in a string quartet and trio, then in the London Symphony Orchestra, during which period he founded the Academy of St Martin in the Fields.
After his studies in America with Maestro Monteux, he began his conducting career in 1969, when he founded the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, at the same time developing and extending the size and repertoire of the Academy, and guest conducting orchestras all over the world.
In 1979 he became Music Director and Principal Conductor of both the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and the Südwestk Deutsche Radio Orchestra, Stuttgart, positions he held until the late into the 1980’s.
Subsequently he has continued to work with orchestras round the globe – Vienna, Berlin, Paris, Milan, Athens, New York, Boston, San Francisco and Tokyo. His recording career is well documented and his touring schedule extensive.
He made his opera debut conducting Le nozze di Figaro, at the Aix-en-Provence Festival, his US debut in Los Angeles with La Cenerentola, then a Salzburg Mozarteum production of Il re pastore. He opened the new opera house in Athens in 2005 with a production of The Magic Flute.
Twice honoured for his services to music in his own country, he has recently been awarded honours in France, Germany and Sweden and was honoured with a special Outstanding Achievement Award in recognition of his prolific recording career at the 2014 Gramophone Awards in London.
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