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Tobias Ringborg


Tobias Ringborg is equally at home on the podium as a conductor and violinist, as well as in the opera house. His career started in 1994 when he, as a violinist, won the prestigious Swedish Soloist Prize. The same year he graduated with the highest honours from the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, and went on to study at the Juilliard School in New York, graduating in 1996.

The symphonic repertoire he has explored with orchestras such as the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic (leading the Nobel Prize ceremony in 2011), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, and the symphony orchestras of Gothenburg, Malmö, Helsingborg and Norrköping (leading the orchestra’s 100th anniversary in 2012 with Beethoven’s Symphony no 9), Aarhus, Aalborg, Odense, Kristiansand, Wuppertal, Auckland, and Victoria (Canada), as well as Copenhagen Philharmonic and Scottish Chamber Orchestra. In 2005 he made his London debut with the English Chamber Orchestra at the Barbican, both as conductor and soloist. 2012-15 he was Principal conductor of the Swedish Dalasinfoniettan.

In recent seasons highlights included La bohème for NZO, Die Zauberflöte for Scottish Opera, Offenbach’s Orphée aux enfers in Malmö, his Australian debut with Madama Butterfly in Adelaide and concerts with orchestras such as Auckland Philharmonia, Dalasinfoniettan, Victoria Symphony in Canada, the Norrköping and Aalborg Symphony Orchestras, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Royal Stockholm Philharmonic.