Mike Dixon (conductor)
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For other people named Mike Dixon, see Michael Dixon (disambiguation).
Among other orchestras, he has led the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the BBC Concert Orchestra. In 2004, together with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, he recorded Seven: A Suite for Orchestra by Tony Banks.
- Oh What a Lovely War
- The Bodyguard
- Never Forget
- We Will Rock You
- Jesus Christ Superstar
- Aspects of Love
- Doctor Dolittle
- Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
- La Cage Aux Folles
- Bernstein's Peter Pan
- Bless the Bride
- Mr Cinders
- Andy Capp
- BBC Radio 2 Day
- 12 Hours to Please Me
- This is Lionel Richie
- Text Santa
- BBC Electric Proms
- Concert for Diana
- Glastonbury 2007
- Pop Idol
- The Royal Variety Show
- Miss World
- British Comedy Awards
- The Queen's Golden Jubilee Rock Concert
- The Prince's Trust 30th Anniversary Concert
- BBC Proms in the Park
- An Audience with Jimmy Tarbuck
- An Audience with Joan Rivers
- Another Audience with Shirley Bassey
- An Audience with Lionel Richie... Live!
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- "Banks: Seven - A Suite For Orchestra / Mike Dixon, Lpo". ArkivMusic.com. Retrieved 2009-12-28.
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