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Joseph Wolfe (Cond.)
Joseph Wolfe is an inspired young conductor with remarkable insight. He has a wide repertoire ranging from the Baroque to the music of 21 century, all of which he conducts with great technical ability, sensitivity and passion. He has the ability to draw the most out of his players - inspiring them with his own fervour to produce totally gripping performances.
The concert was certainly not lacking in emotional heat. Colin Davis's son, Joseph Wolfe, led the LSO in a really blazing performance of Berlioz's Le Corsaire overture. The most intense moment came right at the end, when Wolfe made Elgar's Sospiri burn with such tragic feeling we were all overcome.
Ivan Hewett, The Telegraph
Having completed his studies in London, Dresden and Berlin, Joseph Wolfe has distinguished himself as a conductor of great musical integrity and sensitivity, working with top orchestras around the world. Being a violinist has greatly informed Joseph's approach to conducting and chamber music has also been a profound influence.
Wolfe has worked with many of the UK's leading orchestras including the London Symphony, London Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. He has conducted a critically acclaimed Schubert and Sibelius series with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at London's South Bank Centre, as well as making guest appearances with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, City of London Sinfonia, Manchester Camerata, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the English Chamber Orchestra, the London Mozart Players, the Oxford Philomusica and the Ulster Orchestra in Belfast.
On the international stage, Wolfe has performed extensively with orchestras and opera companies in Europe and Asia. He has conducted ten performances of Jake Heggie's Dead Man Walking at Malmö Opera (several of which took place at the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen) and conducted concerts with ensembles including the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Bamberg Symphony, the Lutoslawski Philharmonic and Leopoldinum Chamber Orchestra, Wroclaw, the Bavarian State Youth Orchestra and the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra in Dublin.
Since 2009 he is regularly invited to conduct in Asia and has worked on many occasions with the Japan Philharmonic, Sapporo Symphony, the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, the Kyoto Philharmonic Orchestras, the Hiroshima Symphony, the Tokyo City Philharmonic, Gunma Symphony Orchestra, Hyogo Performing Arts Centre Orchestra and the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong.
The soloists with whom Joseph has worked have nothing but praise for his accompaniment, notable among these are; Nicola Benedetti, Sarah Chang, Tasmin Little, Chloë Hanslip, Asako Urushihara, John Lill, Andre Watts, Michal Kanka and Jack Liebeck.
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[Visual or Sound Materials]
Joseph Wolfe With The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
･ Verdi : La forza del destino
･ Schubert : Symphony No.8
Joseph Wolfe With The Radio Filhormonich Orkest
･ Brahms : Symphony No.2
Joseph Wolfe at The Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. Photo Gallery
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Joseph Wolfe Official Website
Wolfe Quartet Official Website