Roderick Dunk is the Music Director of the RTWSO and one of Britain’s most versatile conductors, with a repertoire ranging from the Symphonic, through Opera and Ballet to Musical Theatre, Film and Light Orchestral Music.
The many British orchestras he conducts have included the Hallé, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Manchester Camerata, the Northern Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia Viva, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the CBSO and the London Symphony Orchestra.
For more than 20 years, Roderick has enjoyed a special relationship with the BBC Concert Orchestra as a regular guest conductor for their long running ‘Friday Night Is Music Night’ programme on BBC Radio 2, having conducted more than 200 broadcasts of the programme.
Roderick’s studio and recording work has been varied, covering all styles from the standard symphonic repertoire to the last ever recordings of the world-renowned harmonica virtuoso Larry Adler for Decca Records in 1999 and the album ‘A Christmas Cornucopia’ with Annie Lennox in 2010.
Roderick has also conducted numerous productions in the Theatre for Travelling Opera, London City Opera, Northern Ballet Theatre and Birmingham Royal Ballet and in London’s West End he conducted the award winning production of Carmen Jones.
For more information, www.rdunk.co.uk