CHARLES OLIVIERI-MUNROE’s hold on public imagination stems from a 'combination of talent and charisma' (New York Times) and a 'passion for purity of orchestral sound' (Toronto Star) supported by a proven ability for connecting with a strikingly diverse audience.
Charles Olivieri-Munroe regularly appears with major orchestras and opera houses throughout the world including the Israel Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Munich Symphony Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic, Warsaw Philharmonic, Royal Brussels Philharmonic and others.
Equally at home in the opera house, Olivieri-Munroe has appeared at the Sydney Opera, Berlin Opera, Frankfurt Alte-Oper, Hong Kong Opera, Prague National Theatre, and Venice Teatro Fenice.
Born in Malta, Charles Olivieri-Munroe grew up in Canada where he studied the piano with the eminent pedagogue Boris Berlin at the Royal Conservatory of Music and at the University of Toronto. Following his graduation in 1992 he won three Canadian government scholarships to study with Otakar Trhlik in Czechoslovakia at the Janacek Academy of Music in Brno.
His international career was launched when he won the First Prize in the 2000 Prague Spring International Music Festival Conducting Competition.
Charles Olivieri-Munroe is a naturally charismatic conductor. He deserves much credit for imaginative programming.
- New York Times
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