Roberto Fores Veses
ConductorBorn in Spain in Valencia, Roberto Fores Veses studied orchestral conducting at the Accademia Musicale Pescarese. He got his Master Degree in Orchestral Conducting at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki under the tutelage of Leif Segerstam. He also studied with Neeme Jarvi, Jukka-Pekka Saraste and Jorma Panula.
As principal conductor of the Orquesta Clasica de Valencia, he led productions such as “Amahl and the Night Visitors” and “Cosi fan' tutte” with Arte Opera productions. He also conducted “La Finta Giardiniera” at the Svenska Teatern of Helsinki and “La Boheme” at Orvieto Opera Festival.
He took part in the International Music Festival of Galicia and conducted among others the Spanish Radio-TV Orchestra, Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, Orquesta de Valencia, Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia, Asturias Symphony Orchestra, Sibelius Academy Symphonic Orchestra, Finlandia Sinfonia Jyvaskyla, Moscow Chamber Orchestra and Parnu City Orchestra in the David Oistrakh Festival.
In 2006, he is laureate of the Luigi Mancinelli conducting competition in Orvieto (Italy) with a special price of the Jury and in 2007 he gets the first price of the Evgueny Svetlanov competition in Luxembourg which gave him the great opportunity to get engagements with the Bolshoi Theatre, the Montpellier Opera, the Stockholm Symphony Orchestra and Het Residentie Orchestra The Haag.
In March 2008, he conducted “Salome” at the Turin Opera and in May 2008 he had a premi?re at the Bolshoi with“MacBeth” then “Le Voyage a Reims” in various French cities and “Lakme” with the Rouen opera.
In February 2009 Roberto Fores Veses conducts the orchestre national de Montpellier and the Het Residentie Orchestra of The Haag. Future engagements include The Spanish National Orchestra and Orchestre National de Lille, Orchestre de l’Opera de Rouen. His future projects include the «Bolshoi» in 2011 with «Lakme», a tour to Japan with the Orchestra and the Graaz Opera in Austria.
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