German Jazz Philharmonic
Heads // Enrico Delamboye
The young Dutch conductor Enrico Delamboye, born in 1977 in Wiesbaden, Germany, studied piano and conducting in Maastricht with Joop Celis and Jan Stulen and made his début as an opera conductor at the age of 22, conducting Benjamin Britten’s “the Rape of Lucretia” at the May Festival in Wiesbaden. He is already on the verge of a major conducting career at German opera houses and with German symphony orchestras. So far, Enrico Delamboye has already held the posts of assistant conductor at the Wiesbaden Opera, principal guest conductor at the State Opera of Mainz and assistant principal conductor at the Wuppertal Opera, and he is now engaged as assistant principal conductor at the Cologne Opera.
As guest conductor, Enrico Delamboye regularly conducts performances at the Comic Opera Berlin and concerts of the SWR Radio Orchestra, the Koblenz Rhine Philharmonic and the Limburg Symphony Maastricht. And as two examples on the German Jazz Philharmonic’s Demo-CD may show, he is also an accomplished arranger.