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(c) Benjamin Ealavoga
(c) Benjamin Ealavoga


  • 02 February 2024

    Robin Ticciati debuts at Staatsoper Berlin

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  • 06 December 2023

    Robin Ticciati debuts with the Berliner Philharmoniker

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  • 20 October 2023

    Robin Ticciati conducts Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 with DSO Berlin

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  • 20 January 2023

    Robin Ticciati and Alina Ibragimova debut with San Francisco Symphony

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  • 08 December 2022

    Robin Ticciati debuts with Münchner Philharmoniker

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  • 18 October 2021

    Robin Ticciati tours Switzerland with the London Symphony Orchestra

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  • 15 January 2021

    Robin Ticciati returns to BRSO and Budapest Festival Orchestra

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  • 15 September 2020

    Robin Ticciati renews with Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin until 2027

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  • Poulenc Double Bill: La Voix Humaines and Les Mamelles

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera
    Aug 2022
    • Ticciati and the London Philharmonic Orchestra relish every note.

  • Walton Viola Concerto & Brahms Symphony No. 4

    Barbican Centre
    Oct 2021
    • Robin Ticciati’s daringly prolonged upbeat to the opening phrase of the first movement heralded a reading of heartfelt empathy. Lovingly phrased and warmly expressive, it perhaps benefited from Ticciati’s recent engagement with Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde: certainly the long legato lines and richness of texture put one in mind of Brahms’s arch-rival

  • La damnation de Faust

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera
    • Ticciati, an exemplary Berliozian, conducts with great beauty and a keen sense of dramatic pace. The London Philharmonic play with refined sensuousness of detail, while the Glyndebourne Chorus, augmented for the occasion, sound terrific throughout

  • London Philharmonic Orchestra

    Royal Festival Hall
    • he Bruckner symphony was a transcendent experience. Ticciati, perhaps the most spiritual as well as naturally gifted of the younger conductors, drew playing of endlessly fascinating precision, ensured a marvellous blend at a marvellously adjusted pace, and, though he couldn’t be faulted for the sense of architectural cogency imparted, was at the same time supremely able to let the music breathe: an organism. It is, I think, Bruckner’s most perfect symphony, and this performance had me feeling it is his greatest.