Maestro David Wroe
British-American Conductor David Wroe brings his dynamic musical skills, energy, and enthusiasm to the conductor's podium. Maestro Wroe conducted Zandonai's La Farsa Amorosa, Leoni's L'Oracolo, Montemezzi's L'Incantesimo, and Mascagni's Il Piccolo Marat, as well as Giordano's Il Re, Primo Riccitelli's I Compagnacci, and the triumphant Wolf-Ferrari masterpiece, I Gioielli Della Madonna for Teatro Grattacielo.
David Wroe has also been a regular conductor of New York City Opera in recent seasons, having led performances of La Bohème and Don Giovanni, and for the past and present season he is a guest conductor of the orchestra at New York University. He is also Music Director of the Westfield Symphony Orchestra of New Jersey and has led several readings of new operas for the VOX series of new operas at New York City Opera.
Abroad he has led performances with L’Orchestre Nationale de Lille at the Flâneries Musicales de Reims, L’Orchestre de Basse-Normandie where he toured Northern France, L’Orchestra Lamoureux at Paris’ renowned Théâtre Châtelet with cellist Mstislav Rostropovitch, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Loh-Orchester Sondershausen , Taipei Symphony Orchestra, Taiwan National Symphony, L’Ensemble de Paris, a tour of Western Austria with Vorarlberg Symphony and at the Bregenz Frühlings Festival, Delaware Symphony, Shenzhen Symphony (China), Symphony Nova Scotia, Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, and Santa Fe Symphony. Other auspicious debuts include Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, Kansas City Symphony, New York City Ballet, De Moines Symphony, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, and the Philharmonische Orchester der Stadt Heidelberg.