Beethoven Piano Concerto no 4 and Schubert's Symphony no 3 with Cheltenham Chamber Orchestra

"Timothy Carey was the soloist[...]directing from the keyboard. His finger work was deft and the gentle phrases beautifully moulded, sometimes delightfully suspended as in mid air[...]"
"The orchestra motored through the outer movements [of the symphony] energetically. Timothy Carey was able to conduct a lively, razor-sharp performance."
The Gloucestershire Echo, Colin Burrow, November 2014

The Merry Widow (Lehar) - Singapore Lyric Opera

"The production was supported wonderfully by the orchestra, especially at the Vilja reprise where the silvery line of the solo violin mingled with the oboe's mellow tone to beautifully evoke the feeling of nostalgia"
The Straits Times, Natalie Ng, October 2014

"The capable orchestra, led by conductor Timothy Carey, was in its best form[...]"
The Flying Inkpot, October 2014

Eugene Onegin (Tchaikovsky) - Theatre Royal, Norwich

"Conductor, Timothy Carey draws out from the score all the rich orchestral colour and insistent rhythms needed to strengthen and illustrate overwhelming emotions."
Eastern Daily Press, April 2012

La clemenza di Tito (Mozart)

"[...] Timothy Carey conducted with idiomatic spirit, highlighting the uneasy syncopations of the score and getting near that holy simplicity that Mozart reached at the end of his life."
Opera Now, May/June/July 2011

Fantastic Mr Fox (Tobias Picker) - Theatre Royal, Norwich

"[...] Timothy Carey led the ETO's 40-piece orchestra flawlessly, all contributing to a dazzling introduction to opera for the younger members of the audience."
Eastern Daily Press, 22 April 2011

Fantastic Mr Fox (Tobias Picker) - Hackney Empire, London

"[...] The ETO Orchestra under Timothy Carey also finds colour in the instrumental writing, where Picker is at his most interesting. [...]"
Financial Times, 14 March 2011

Fantastic Mr Fox (Tobias Picker) - Ashcroft Croydon

"[...] Timothy Carey conducts a clean account of Picker's score, which cruises around numerous musical blocks, offering sections in folk style (including klezmer), and numerous references to 20th-century idioms, from classical to popular, including musicals. [...]"
The Guardian, 21 February 2011

The Marriage of Figaro - Everyman, Cheltenham

"[...] conducted with style and panache by Timothy Carey [...]"
The Guardian, 9 April 2010