Giordano Bellincampi is the Music Director of the Auckland Philharmonia and teaches at the Royal Music Conservatory in Copenhagen.
With an enormous repertoire embracing classical, romantic and contemporary music, Bellincampi is particularly celebrated for his prowess in the Central European, Italian and Scandinavian symphonic traditions, and for his interpretations of significant choral and vocal works.
He enjoys regular relationships as a guest with many orchestras around the world, particularly in Scandinavia and Europe, including the Royal Stockholm, Rotterdam and Royal Flemish Philharmonic Orchestras and the St Petersburg Symphony, but also in North America, Asia and Australia.
In 2020 Bellincampi was named Conductor Laureate of Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra.
RECENT AND FUTURE ENGAGEMENTS
On November 8th 2020 the Auckland Philharmonia announced the renewal of Bellincampi’s contract as Music Director. He will be leading the APO until the end of 2024.
Most recent and upcoming highlights include Bellincampi’s return as a guest conductor to the Duisburg Philharmonic, Aalborg Symfoniorkester, Aarhus Symphony, and Kristiansand Symphony. With his Auckland Philharmonia conducts a complete cycle of Beethoven’s symphonies to celebrate the composer’s 250th anniversary, and continue his explorations of signature repertoire including Brahms, Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Nielsen. He returns to the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, for a specially-curated programme inspired by his native city of Rome, bookended by Berlioz’s stirring Roman Carnival Overture, and Respighi’s glorious technicolor scores Fountains of Rome and Pines of Rome. He makes his debut with the Jacksonville Symphony, showcasing that orchestras soloists in a reduced-scale programme featuring Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll, and Strauss’s virtuosic Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, and debut with Portugal’s Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música in a performance of Verdi’s Requiem.
AUDIO & VIDEO
Norrlandsoperan – Colafelice tolkar Beethoven – September 2021
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra – Beethoven Concert, “The Revolutionary” – August 2021
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra – “On The Danube” Concert – July 2021