F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
"That the overtures are as much of a pleasure to listen to as the arias is thanks to the qualities of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra under conductor Christian Baldini - never rushing, usually finding the perfect tempo in common with his predecessor in perfect SCO Mozart, Sir Charles Mackerras."
(David Nice, BBC Music Magazine - Recording of the Month)
“Baldini brings symphonic revival… Young conductor proves his mettle with complex music at La Plata’s monumental theatre… the combination was surefire: a young Argentine conductor who is having a brilliant career in San Francisco and has the technical savvy and the affinity with extremely complex music; and a perfect choice of programmes lasting one hour but of colossal density.”
(Pablo Bardin, Buenos Aires Herald)
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Christian Baldini to make his debut conducting the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie in Germany in a program featuring Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 2 with acclaimed French pianist Jean-Paul Gasparian and Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Highlights.
Christian Baldini returns to conduct a subscription concert with the Buenos Aires Philharmonic at the Teatro Colón
Christian Baldini returns to the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam to conduct Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker in a wonderful new production with Charli Chung, Chris Peters, Jade Robin and Roeland Hofman
Baldini to make his debut at English National Opera in London conducting Verdi's Aida
Baldini returns to the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires to conduct two new productions of Luigi Dallapiccola's Il prigioniero and Volo di notte
"The orchestra responded convincingly to Christian Baldini’s clear understanding of the complex music. The young Argentine conductor showed again his affinity with 20th century idioms [..] Again Baldini was in full command and choir and orchestra responded in kind. (Pablo Bardin, Buenos Aires Herald)
"Christian Baldini's conducting and the orchestra's response have been first rate, and the chorus prepared by Miguel Martínez offered a high quality performance." (Gustavo Gabriel Otero, L'Ape Musicale)
Baldini returns to the National Symphony in Buenos Aires to conduct two subscription programs including Sibelius's Symphony No. 7, Beethoven's Violin Concerto, and Baldini's symphonic work Shifting Air