“An indefatigable Anthony Gabriele shows his wealth of experience in these concerts [and] gracefully conducts a sparkling Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.” – Broadway World

Last week, at London’s Royal Albert Hall, Anthony Gabriele made his debut with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to great critical and audience acclaim. As part of the Royal Albert Hall’s 60 Years of Bond celebrations, the 4-day marathon of James Bond films in concert commenced with Casino Royale, followed by Skyfall, and ended with 3 performances of the World Premiere of Spectre.

“A fantastic night and blinding performance by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by a very stylish and brilliant Anthony Gabriele. (David Arnold – Composer, Casino Royale)

“Full plaudits go to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Anthony Gabriele. They deserved the standing ovation at the end. Gabriele clearly relished the performance with a relaxed conducting style, full of the kind of personality and style which would be worthy of 007 himself. The scale of the event didn’t phase him or the orchestra.” (Sci-Fi Bulletin)

“Truly immersive and satisfying  . . . There is also nuance in the score along with the tension and drama and Gabriele dips the pace beautifully.” (Broadway World)

Skyfall has never sounded so powerful and has the auditorium entranced.” (THE UP COMING)

“ . . . conducted by the gifted Anthony Gabriele, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra deliver magnificently . . . the applause and standing ovation only defining [the audience’s] appreciation and fondness for this classic music, wonderfully and flawlessly performed.” (Jonathan Baz Reviews)

“A magnificent performance by yourself and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Hugely grateful for your artistry and energy.” (David Arnold – Composer, Casino Royale)

Photo credit: Christopher Mason