Valero-Terribas in the Borusan Istanbul Filarmoni Orkestrasi's 23/24 season

The Spanish conductor Francisco Valero-Terribas will perform on April 20th in the 23/24 season of the Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra, which will take place in the colossal concert hall of the Zorlu PSM Turkcell Sahnesi with a capacity of more than 2300 seats.

The programme, based on fables, includes works by Stravinsky and Prokofiev, with the participation of the PerPoc Puppet Company and the narration of the Turkish actor Öner Erkan.

Thus continues an intense season in which Valero-Terribas has given concerts in emblematic halls such as the Seoul Arts Center or the Palacio Euskalduna together with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Bilbao, Bucheon Philharmonic Orchestra, Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga or Sinfónica de la Región de Murcia.


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Valero-Terribas jumps in on short notice with Bilbao Symphony Orchestra

Valero-Terribas replaces Chloé van Soeterstède in the next programme of the Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa's 2023-2024 season, entitled "Alena Baeva and the Romanticism of Schumann".

The concerts will take place on the 11th and 12th at the Palacio Euskalduna in Bilbao and feature the renowned violinist Alena Baeva as guest soloist.

Valero-Terribas, who has taken on the entire programme with less than 48 hours' notice, includes Lili Boulanger's "D'un matin du printemps" in first audition for the BOS, Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 2 with Alena Baeva and R. Schumann's brilliant and complex Symphony No. 2.


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Julieth Lozano and Valero-Terribas at the RTV Colombian New Year's Eve Gala

The 16th edition of the Gran Concierto de Fin de Año del Teatro Cafam not only celebrates the beginning of a new year, but also celebrates the 15th anniversary of the Teatro Cafam and the Fundación Orquesta Sinfónica de Bogotá FOSBO, and will be an ode to love in different musical languages, from opera to zarzuela and ending with our beloved Colombian music.

And for this important celebration we will have luxury guests, starting with the soprano Julieth Lozano, who recently received the award for best voice in the category Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in Cardiff Singer of the World 2023, along with more than 70 artists from the Orquesta Sinfónica de Bogotá and the Sociedad Coral de Bogotá, all under the baton of Francisco Valero-Terribas, one of the most acclaimed contemporary conductors in Spain, the maestro who has conducted major orchestras around the world.

Guest Conductor: Francisco Valero-Terribas (Spain)


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Ritual Rachmaninoff at the Seoul Arts Center

Valero-Terribas conducts the Bucheon Philharmonic Orchestra in the 310th season concert entitled Rachmaninoff Ritual at the Seoul Arts Centre.

In this concert, dedicated to Rachmaninoff's 150th birthday and featuring Korean pianist Hyo-Sun Lim, some of his most representative scores such as Vocalise, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini and Symphonic Dances will be performed.

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Valero-Terribas with Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra

Francisco Valero-Terribas conducts the Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga in the Edgar Neville Auditorium for the second concert of the Frente al Mar series. The Symphony No. 1 by Josef Suk (first audition for the OFM) will be the culmination of a concert that will open with two works by W. A. Mozart: Symphony No. 32 and the Concerto for Bassoon, which will feature the soloist M. José Rielo.

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Start of Season in Santiago de Chile

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Valero-Terribas completes the season with an international tour

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Sibelius and Valero-Terribas: two titans in Malaga’s Philharmonic

"The baton -full of musicality, strength and honesty- of Francisco Valero-Terribas, was in charge of the conducting"

"Valero-Terribas baton full of contrasts, expressiveness and musicality: the connection with the audience was immediate. Indeed the delicacy and, in turn, the compositional strength of Sibelius was technically codified by a dedicated and resolute Valero-Terribas"

"an audience who admired a Philharmonic conducted with expressiveness and a seductive communicative capacity"

"From the podium, Valero-Terribas received prolonged applause that confirmed the strength and expressiveness of what is, without doubt, one of the best conductors of his generation.

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Rachel Portman's Little Prince Opera in Teatro Colon

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Antón García Abril 'In Memoriam' with Orchestra of Valencia

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Valero-Terribas premieres "Concierto Levantino" outside Spain

With KBS Symphony Orchestra and Jongho Park in Seoul Arts Center

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