Definition of conductorial in English:

conductorial

Pronunciation /ˌkänˌdəkˈtôrēəl/ /kən-/

adjective

See conductor

‘The Mahler No.5 provides ample evidence of Bernstein's conductorial mastery.’
  • ‘This proficiency on multiple instruments has aided his compositional and conductorial development.’
  • ‘It is by nature a great shiny machine, although stubborn conductorial minds can force it to rise above itself.’
  • ‘Maestro Guzman made a highly successful conductorial debut in Japan in June 1999 with the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra.’
  • ‘I could see by the faces of the conducting students at the end of the evening, that the conductorial ice had been broken.’