Harry Ogg - conductor

Harry Ogg is a conductor based in London and graduated from Clare College, Cambridge, in 2012.

Recent concert work has included conducting the London Mozart Players in Richard Allain's Vespers for large chorus and orchestra and assisting Edward Gardner CBE. Recent opera work includes conducting The Turn of the Screw/Britten at Opera Holland Park, The Cunning Little Vixen/Janacek at the Peacock Theatre with British Youth Opera/Southbank Sinfonia as well as working as an Assistant Conductor for Lulu/Berg in David Poutney/WNO's production at the Teatro Comunale di Bolzano and for Opera Holland Park's acclaimed Il Trittico/Puccini last season. Harry also conducted The Hallé in recordings of previously unknown works by Britten for NMC Recordings.

In 2014 Harry worked as the Head of Music Staff and Assistant Conductor for ETO’s Spring Tour. Harry is Artistic Director of the London based orchestra Sinfonia d'Amici, with whom he has conducted over 30 performances in London and France. He has assisted Sir Mark Elder, Steuart Bedford, Edward Gardner, Stuart Stratford, Anthony Negus, Martin Yates, Sir Richard Armstrong and Libor Pešek for performances across the UK. Harry is also active as a pianist, repetiteur and vocal coach.