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About Charlotte

Assistant Conductor: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Charlotte Corderoy is currently the Assistant Conductor of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Alongside her work with the CBSO, the 2023/24 season has already seen Charlotte return to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra following her debut with them last summer at the Three Choirs Festival. She also co-conducted the Swedish Chamber Orchestra in Stravinsky’s The Rake's Progress, performing alongside Barbara Hannigan in Örebro, Stockholm and Cologne.

This summer Charlotte returns to Opera Holland Park for Il barbiere di Siviglia having conducted performances of Hänsel und Gretel there last season. Opera engagements further ahead include conducting debuts with English National Opera and Volksoper Wien. She also returns to Glyndebourne where she previously assisted on Don Giovanni.

Born in 1997, Charlotte graduated from Oxford University with First Class Honours in Music. She went on to study conducting at the Royal Academy of Music where she is currently Musical Director of their inaugural Junior Musical Theatre Department. She has assisted on a number of new commissions at the Aldeburgh Festival and on a Stravinsky album for Linn records featuring Barbara Hannigan.

Charlotte is based in London

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Season Highlights

Oct 2024
English National Opera, London
Britten: The Turn of the Screw Orchestra of the English National Opera
Dec 2024 - Feb 2025
Volksoper, Vienna
Lerner and Loewe: My Fair Lady
May 2025
South Australian Opera, Adelaide
Dove: Flight

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  • The Pilgrim's Progress, Three Choirs Festival

    Gloucester, UK
    Jul 2023
    • What can I say about Corderoy? She is a former organ scholar, who apparently learnt the instrument in double quick time on an organ built by her father in her bedroom, then decided to be a conductor, and here she was aged 25, conducting one of our top orchestras in a difficult, complicated work, in a hostile acoustic, in a packed cathedral. Her control was immaculate, her grasp of the music’s elaborate ebb and flow apparently flawless. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra played for her like angels.

    • The young and strikingly impressive Charlotte Corderoy – was in command of her material, holding the pace and keeping everything together. The RPO produced appropriately ethereal sounds.