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Edward Gardner, Conductor

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MontrealEdward Gardner and Rachmaninov's Symphonic Dances

Britten, Walton, Rachmaninov
Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal; Edward Gardner; Antoine Tamestit

BergenTchaikovsky’s Fifth

Grieg, Matre, Tchaikovsky
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Unknown

BergenTchaikovsky’s Fifth

Grieg, Matre, Tchaikovsky
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Unknown

LondresPeter Grimes

Peter Grimes
Britten: Peter Grimes
Edward Gardner; Vera Rostin Wexelsen; Stuart Skelton; Erin Wall; Roderick Williams; Susan Bickley

Nueva YorkLa Damnation de Faust

Berlioz: La Damnation de Faust
Edward Gardner; Robert Lepage; Metropolitan Opera; Carl Fillion; Karin Erskine; Bryan Hymel; Michael Spyres
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Verdi's fresco in sound brought vividly to life

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega
London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir paint a terrifying picture of hell and damnation at the Royal Festival Hall.

Exceptional Nielsen from Edward Gardner and the LPO

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega

An auspiciously successful concert for the LPO and their new Principal Conductor Designate Edward Gardner, crowned by an exceptional performance of the Nielsen.

Massenet the arch-romantic: Werther returns to Covent Garden

Juan Diego Flórez (Werther) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Edward Gardner brings out the Wagner influence in Massenet's opulent score, Juan Diego Flórez give a persuasive performance in the title role.

Prom 18: Time stands still in Das Lied von der Erde

Edward Gardner © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The final song seemed to last both an eternity and no time at all.

Prom 6: Impressive and inspiring Anglo-American cooperation

Edward Gardner © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The Orchestra of the Royal Academy of Music and The Julliard School, with Edward Gardner in an impressively ambitious programme, with tragic Britten from James Ehnes, and a remarkable UK premiere from Anna Thorvaldsdottir.