Guy Noble is an Australian conductor, broadcaster, pianist, and writer, producer who loves most genres of music and has played, conducted or talked about most of them. He regularly conducts the Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, West Australian, Tasmanian and Queensland Symphony Orchestras and has worked with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, the Auckland Philharmonia, the Hong Kong Philharmonic and the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestras. He has been Musical Director and Musical Supervisor of many major musicals including Phantom of the Opera, Sunset Boulevard, South Pacific, Man of La Mancha, Gypsy and the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
He was a presenter on BBC Radio 3 in the late 1980's and was the host of the Breakfast show on ABC Classic FM from 1999-2001 and is still a regular guest presenter on the network. He writes a regular column for Limelight Magazine and has worked with a wide variety of international and local artists including Harry Connick Jnr, Ben Folds, The Beach Boys, The Whitlams, The Pointer Sisters, Human Nature, Dianne Reeves, Glenn Frey, Randy Newman, Michael Bolton, Maggie Beer and Simon Bryant and Clive James. Recent performances include Great Opera Hits for Opera Australia (Sydney Opera House), The Last Night of The Proms (Sydney Symphony Orchestra) and Classics Unwrapped (Adelaide Symphony Orchestra)
He has recorded 12 CDs and ABC Classics in Australia has just released his new comedy sketch CD entitled The Guy Noble Radio Show. Guy also presents the classical audio programs on Qantas, Gulf Air, Air China and China Airlines.
Guy worked with Cirque de la Symphonie on its last Australian tour and is excited to meet again with this amazing group of performers. It is the only time he has ever conducted Tchaikovsky and seen a fully-grown man fly over head.