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Venezuelan-American conductor and violinist Domingo Hindoyan was born in Caracas on 15 February 1980 and studied in the El Sistema programme, then in Switzerland at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève.
In 2012 he joined the Allianz International Conductor’s Academy, working with Esa-Pekka Salonen and Andrew Davis, and the following year he became first assistant conductor to Daniel Barenboim at Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin.
In 2019 he became principal guest conductor of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, and in 2021 he became chief conductor of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
CD Spotlight. Wonderful and Charming - Gerald Fenech listens to Isata Kanneh-Mason. '... the soloist's supreme mastery of each piece is unimpeachable throughout.'
Ensemble. Total Immersion - Ron Bierman listens to Anne Akiko Meyers, Domingo Hindoyan and the San Diego Symphony
Ensemble. A Magnetic Presence - Mike Wheeler listens to Bartók, Dohnányi and Dvořák from Domingo Hindoyan and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra with soloist Isata Kanneh-Mason
CD Spotlight. A Change of Direction - French music by Debussy, Dukas and Roussel, played by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Domingo Hindoyan, enjoyed by Geoff Pearce. '... stellar performances ...'
Ensemble. A Brisk Pace - L'Elisir d'Amore, live in HD from New York, reviewed by Maria Nockin