Totally persuasive conducting.
— David Mellor, THE DAILY MAIL, February 2018

Timothy Henty conducts Hector Berlioz’ overture to Béatrice et Bénédict with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra at the National Concert Hall in Dublin. July 2019

Timothy Henty conducts E. J. Moeran’s G Minor Symphony with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra at the National Concert Hall in Dublin. March 2019

Watch Timothy Henty’s interview ahead of conducting the Deutsches Sinfonieorchester Berlin at the iconic Waldbühne in August 2018.

View Timothy Henty's 2017 interview with GBC's Michael Beltran, ahead of conducting the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra in the countdown to Gibraltar's National Day, 50 years since their referendum to remain British.

View Timothy Henty's interview with Classic FM's Jane Jones here, prior to conducting the 2014 Classic FM Live concert at the Royal Albert Hall.


An interview given by Timothy after a concert at the Barbican Hall in London is available to read here.

. . . an incredible level of music making.
— Annette Hoffmann, BADISCHE ZEITUNG, December 2013
Under the conductor Timothy Henty, musical standards are high.
— Hugh Canning, THE SUNDAY TIMES, August 2012
Conductor Timothy Henty delivered finely-tuned playing from the Northern Sinfonia throughout.
— The Scotsman on Ruddigore at Opera North, June 2012
The Philharmonique du Luxembourg...constitute a luxury to which Sullivan is not always entitled! The conductor [Timothy Henty] maintains a lightness of touch while paying close attention to the details of the orchestration.
— Olivier Marilee at RESMUSICA, on The Pirates of Penzance at the Théâtre de Caen, October 2015
The conductor Timothy Henty and his Dorset Opera Orchestra were completely in tune with Donizetti’s brio.
— Peter Reed on L'elisir d'amore. Opera Magazine, July 2015
Henty unleashed the full power of the orchestra in Bruckner’s Fourth Symphony...[he] had a firm steer on the ebb and flow of the work, shaping crescendos with exquisite timing. The slow movement was invested with an eloquent grace, while the dark and troubled finale had a relentless sense of motion, as Henty ratcheted up the tension to a soaring climax. It was a tour de force.
— Gavin Engelbrecht on Bruckner Symphony No. 4 with Orchestra North East. Northern Echo, October 2016
Not to be missed, this Butterfly...In the pit, Timothy Henty drew warm blooded playing from both the strings and the winds of Het Gelders Orkest and Het Symfonieorkest.
— Mischa Spel on Madama Butterfly (Nederlandse Reisopera), NRC, September 2015
Dorset Opera Festival’s production of Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’amore was a triumph. From the first bars of the overture, conducted by Timothy Henty, this was an afternoon at the opera to be cherished.
— Fine Times Recorder on L'elisir d'amore, July 2015
Conductor Timothy Henty is young, and talented, and brilliant - he has a genuine enthusiasm for this opera that is infectious, and NO-ONE can resist a conductor who is visibly enjoying himself throughout the performance.
— on Ruddigore for Opera North, November 2011
They used to refer to Sir Malcolm Sargent as ‘Flash Harry’. Meet the new and flashier Harry. Henty conducts the orchestra with the fervour of Mourinho on the touchline appealing a penalty decision. It works, I doubt if even John Wilson could have got more from the slimmed down, augmented Sinfonia. Christmas songs, Ella songs, there wasn’t a dull moment…Claire Martin tops the vocal charts for me.
— Lance Liddle, Bebop Spoken Here on 'Let It Snow!' with Claire Martin and the Royal Northern Sinfonia. December 2016
Orchestral musicians from Het Gelders Orkest and Het Sinfonieorkest play clearly and with colour under the direction of Timothy Henty.
— Thiemo Wind on Madama Butterfly (Nederlandse Reisopera), De Telegraaf, September 2015
The Pirates of Penzance is a triumph of entertainment by virtue of its originality and its sensitivity, fully conveyed in the fast-paced but nuanced interpretation of the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, conducted by Englishman Timothy Henty.
— ANACLASE on The Pirates of Penzance at the Théâtre de Caen, October 2015
Orchestra North East welcomed back Guest Conductor Timothy Henty to conduct a meaty programme. Wagner’s Overture to Tannhäuser unfolded with measured care, its blossoming layers rolling in a succession of waves around the Cathedral. Passages of reflective calm were wonderfully conveyed by shimmering strings while burnished brass led the orchestra to a heady conclusion. The evening concluded with a full blooded account of Brahms’ Fourth Symphony. From the lilting opening movement to its rhythmic climax, Henty conveyed the sweep of the vast canvas in broadbrush strokes, while revealing tantalising inner detail. It was an account that would rank with the finest.
— Gavin Engelbrecht, Northern Echo, November 2014
The orchestra, under Timothy Henty, plays sublimely.
— Public Reviews on Ruddigore at Opera North with the Royal Northern Sinfonia, June 2012
Praise also for the orchestra who, led by Nancy Taylor and conducted by Timothy Henty, delivered a faultless performance.
— Viv Kennedy on HMS Pinafore (Carl Rosa Opera) at the Theatre Royal, Bath,, May 2014
Musically, the performance is by the Sinfonieorchester Basel, conducted by Timothy Henty. We do not just listen to background music, but Shostakovich at its finest - ripe for the concert hall. Loving, impressive, sophisticated and full-tempered music making here. The communication between the orchestra pit and the stage works perfectly - the dancers give of themselves with pleasure and are able to present their full ability unhindered. Long-lasting, thunderous applause.
— Michael Hug on Snow White at Ballett Basel, Der Neue Merker, December 2013