Il turco in Italia, Garsington Opera

“Conductor David Parry shows top-class Rossinian credentials, keeping the score dancing merrily along.”
George Hall, Guardian

“…David Parry’s Rossini has zest and drive…[Parry's] conducting and first-rate fortepiano continuo provides fizz…”
Anna Picard, The Independent

“The icing on the cake is David Parry in the pit, a consummate Rossinian.”
Edward Bhesania, The Stage

“…director Martin Duncan…treated the framing story of the poet looking for a plot for a comedy as seriously as David Parry and the singers did the music.”
Paul Levy, Wall Street Journal

Rossini Ermione, London Philharmonic Orchestra

“Conducted with insistent tenacity and considerable force by David Parry, it captured much of the work’s rage and neurotic ferocity.”
Tim Ashley, Guardian

“David Parry conducted the LPO and the Geoffrey Mitchell Choir with a noisy ebullience that was determined to raise the roof”
Richard Fairman, Financial Times

“Rossini’s imagination probably challenged audiences too much. Not a problem today – especially with a sympathetic conductor,
David Parry, a thrusting international cast (on the whole), and the London Philharmonic’s sharp ebullience.”
Geoff Brown, The Times

Armida, Garsington Opera

“In the pit, David Parry conducted with passionate energy. This was small-scale country-house opera at its best.”
Rupert Christiansen, Daily Telegraph

“the musical performance under David Parry sweeps more or less everything before it”
Andrew Clements, The Guardian

“David Parry conducts with head-dizzying zing.”
Hugh Canning, Sunday Times

“It is in the moments of subtler dramatic tension that conductor David Parry and his singers excel.”
Kieron Quirke, Evening Standard

Nabucco, Chandos Records
“Parry’s conducting of the bel canto composers is second to none.” – Robert Levine, International Record Review

La donna del Lago, Garsington Opera

“Rossini’s top-notch score, brightly guided by the conductor David Parry”
Geoff Brown, The Times

“Conductor David Parry holds the whole thing together with aplomb. He negotiates the switches between pathos and Rossini’s pitter-patter with ease.”
Warwick Thompson, Bloomberg