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From September 2010, Mr Warren- Green takes up the post of Music Director of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, an appointment which further strengthens the connections he has established in the USA through his engagements with the Philadelphia and Minnesota Orchestras, the St Louis and Seattle Symphony Orchestras and National Symphony Washington DC.
Christopher Warren-Green is also Music Director of the London Chamber Orchestra, and makes regular guest appearances with the Royal Philharmonic, Philharmonia and BBC Concert orchestras. He has worked with the London Philharmonic and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic orchestras, and has conducted the Royal Scottish National Orchestra to high critical acclaim. He also makes frequent visits to orchestras within Europe and the Far East, including the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, and has made several tours of Japan with the NHK Symphony.
In 1980, by personal invitation of HRH The Prince of Wales, Mr Warren-Green was honoured to conduct the first concert to be given in modern times, in the Throne Room of Buckingham Palace; since then, he has conducted numerous concerts at Buckingham Palace, as well as Highgrove House and St James’s Palace. To mark the occasion of HM
The Queen’s 80th birthday at Kew Palace, he conducted a private concert for the entire Royal family; he also directed the Philharmonia Orchestra for the Service of Dedication and Prayer, celebrating the marriage of TRHs The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, and again in the 60th birthday celebration concert for HRH The Prince of Wales. Christopher Warren-Green has recorded extensively for BMG, Philips, Virgin, Chandos and most recently for Deutsche Grammophon and EMI.