Christopher Warren-Green is Music Director of the Charlotte Symphony in North Carolina and Music Director and Principal Conductor of the London Chamber Orchestra. Working extensively in the US, key North American engagements have included The Philadelphia Orchestra, the Detroit, St. Louis, Toronto, Milwaukee, Seattle and Vancouver symphony orchestras, the Minnesota Orchestra and the National Symphony Orchestra Washington D.C.
In 2017/18 Warren-Green will take the London Chamber Orchestra to the Enescu Festival in Bucharest in an eclectic programme featuring the Music of Enescu, Benjamin, Mozart and Fitkin. He will also make his debut with the Tampere Philharmonic performing works by Sibelius, Stravinsky and Bartok. Last season he returned to Orchestre National de Belgique, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Beethoven Orchester Bonn and he made debuts with the Nashville Symphony and Rochester Philharmonic orchestras.
Previous seasons have seen Warren-Green at the helm of the Philharmonia, London Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Royal Scottish National orchestras, and the NHK, Singapore, Sapporo and KBS symphony orchestras. Other collaborations include a tour of Japan with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, and concerts with Zürcher Kammerorchester, RTÉ Symphony Orchestra and Iceland Symphony Orchestra.
Warren-Green plays a key role in LCO Music Junction. This ground-breaking project, which reached over 3,000 young people in the South of England last season, brings together children in the UK from different backgrounds through a series of interactive workshops.
Over the last 30 years Christopher Warren-Green has been personally invited to conduct for the Royal Family on many occasions. He led the London Chamber Orchestra during the marriage ceremony of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Westminster Abbey in 2011, which was broadcast to a global audience of two billion and with the Philharmonia Orchestra he conducted HM The Queen’s 90th birthday concert at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
Warren-Green is a fellow of the Royal Academy of Music and has recorded extensively for Sony, Phillips, Virgin EMI, Chandos, Decca and Deutsche Grammophon. He also records with the London Chamber Orchestra for Signum Classics.