Andy Brown – Music Director

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Andy Brown is Music Director of the London Metropolitan Orchestra. His recent appearances with LMO include London’s Royal Festival Hall, Royal Albert Hall (live recording and BBC broadcast), St John’s Smith Square and St Martins in the Fields, various UK Festivals, the Electric Proms from Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall (live on BBCTV) and internationally – Cinemusic Gstaad, Switzerland and an 8 city concert tour of Japan.

He has directed numerous film scores with LMO including Gangs of New York (which received 10 Oscar nominations), Layer Cake, the Oscar nominated film Closer,  Stardust, The Young Victoria, Babylon A.D, The Boat That Rocked,  Kick-Ass, About Time,  and 47 Ronin. His recent recording of composer Ilan Eshkeri’s soundtrack for the new Shaun the Sheep movie will shortly be released Worldwide.

Andy’s credits as Musical Director includes albums with Joan Armatrading, Belinda Carlisle, Ricardo Montaner, Marco Antonio Solis, The Cinematic Orchestra and Pet Shop Boys. Andy recently broadcast live on BBC radio with Annie Lennox and made a major European and US tour with The Last Shadow Puppets, with live TV performances in Paris and New York.

Andy has appeared as guest conductor with the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, English Chamber Orchestra, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra, Muncher Symphoniker, Dresden Sinfonia, Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte Carlo and The Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra.