Mike Dixon (conductor)

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Michael (Mike) Dixon is a British conductor, musical director, musical supervisor, composer and arranger. He is a 1979 graduate of Trinity College of Music.

Among other orchestras, he has led the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra[1] and the BBC Concert Orchestra.[2] In 2004, together with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, he recorded Seven: A Suite for Orchestra by Tony Banks.[3]

Theatre productions[edit]

  • Oh What a Lovely War
  • The Bodyguard
  • Taboo
  • Zorro
  • Never Forget
  • We Will Rock You
  • Footloose
  • Grease
  • 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

Television productions[edit]

  • BBC Radio 2 Day
  • 12 Hours to Please Me
  • This is Lionel Richie
  • Text Santa
  • BBC Electric Proms
  • Concert for Diana
  • Glastonbury 2007
  • MusiCool
  • 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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