Benjamin Bayl is a gifted conductor equally at home in both modern and historical repertoire.
- “The orchestra, beautifully controlled by Benjamin Bayl, played with verve and precision” — musicalcriticism.com
- “Ariodante, conducted by Benjamin Bayl, held us in thrall.“
— The Times
- ‘The excellent Benjamin Bayl’s conducting is marked by flawless tempo choices and a precise ear for stage-pit balance… the performance was sheer bliss’ — whatsonstage.com
Benjamin makes his debut conducting Concerto Copenhagen and the Royal Danish Opera in Mozart's Don Giovanni, presented as a new production by the Chilean / German director Aniara Amos.
Australia’s new period instrument orchestra, orchestra seventeen88, launches in Sydney on Saturday 21st December. It is the first orchestra of its kind in Australia, exploring and presenting music from the Classical and Romantic periods with Historically Informed Performance practice. The first concert is conducted by Ben and will feature music by Mozart, Haydn, Schubert and Mendelssohn.