Emmanuel Leducq-Barôme (born 1971) is a French conductor.
Leducq-Barôme received his education first in France (Conservatoire de Lyon, Conservatoire de Paris), then in Switzerland (Conservatoire de Musique de Genève) and in Russia (Saint Petersburg Conservatory), with Ilya Musin. He practiced at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki and at the Amsterdam Conservatory.
In 1996 Leducq-Barôme began working with Russian orchestras in Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Vladivostok, Ukraine, the Baltic States and France. He worked for three years as conductor of the Kaliningrad Philharmonic orchestra. He also performed as musical director of the Baltic Chamber Orchestra (the chamber department of the Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra and Moscow and the Russian State Orchestra. Since January 2006 he has been a permanently invited conductor of the St. Petersburg Opera House.
Leducq-Barôme has performed at many musical summer festivals in France, where he has worked with Pierre Amoyal, Arto Noras, Gérard Poulet, Régis Pasquier, André Cazalet, Nikolai Petrov and Denis Matsuev. In 2001 he was awarded the AFFA (Association Française d'Action Artistique) prize and the Lavoisierstipendium.
Since January 2008 he has been working with the Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.