Quentin Clare

Dirigent van het Nieuwe Mannheim Koor & Orkest

The British conductor Quentin Clare made his professional debut at the age of just 25 when he conducted in the prestigious Bridgewater Hall Manchester. Since then he has worked with many orchestras in the UK including the BBC Philharmonic, Hallé Orchestra, Royal Northern Sinfonia and Ensemble 11, as well as having performances broadcast on British television and Radio.



Much in demand as an inspirational conductor of young musicians, he has worked at the conservatories in Birmingham, Durham, Den Haag, Tilburg and Weimar, as well as holding posts with the university orchestras of Nijmegen and Leiden. Quentin has been principal guest conductor with Young Sinfonia in Newcastle and is currently music director of The New Mannheim Choir and Orchestra. Recently he directed with great success the 2014 tour of the Netherlands Student Chamber Orchestra and the Dutch National Student Orchestra on tour in 2015.


Quentin studied composition, piano and conducting in the UK and conducting in the Netherlands at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague with Jac van Steen, Ed Spanjaard and Micha Hamel.

Quentin’s international career has seen him conduct many orchestras in Europe such as the Danish National Symphony, Dutch Radio Philharmonic, Symphony Orchestra of Nancy and the Nürnburg, Würzburg, Hagen and Bochum Symphony Orchestras. He is equally experienced in the opera house working in France, The Netherlands and in Germany on productions including Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress, A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Benjamin Britten and in particular the French premiere of Robert Carsen’s acclaimed production of Richard III by Giorgio Battistelli.

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