Roberto Beltrán-Zavala visits México DF to conduct the OFUNAM.

Ginastera, Rolón and Beethoven’s works will be performed by the Mexican Orchestra and Mexican-Dutch conductor, accompanied by pianist Claudia Corona playing the José Rolón Piano Concerto

A fascinating personality in the music scene, Mexican-Dutch conductor Roberto Beltrán Zavala is rapidly earning international reputation as a world-class artist with impressive, electrifying performances of late romantic and 20th century repertoire.

Recognized as an outstanding communicator and a highly skilled musician, Beltrán Zavala builds strong and intense relationships with the orchestras he works with and is highly respected for his enthusiasm and devoted commitment to the score. Recent highlights include acclaimed performances of musical cornerstones such as Mahler’s First Symphony and Das Lied von der Erde, Stravinsky’s Symphony in Three Movements, Bartók’s Miraculous Mandarin Suite, as well as important works of the twentieth century such as Varèse’s Octandre and Offrandes, Boulez’s Éclat and Messiaen’s Et exspecto resurrectionem mortuorum.

In the last seasons, his appearances included his debuts with Mexico City’s Philharmonic Orchestra, Mexico’s National Symphony Orchestra, Silesian Philharmonic, Holland Symfonia, National Radio Orchestra of Romania and Rotterdam Philharmonic Strings, as well as a series of modern music concert in The Netherlands with AKOM Ensemble.

In the last weeks, Beltrán-Zavala has made his debut with the Orchestra Sinfonia di Sanremo and come back to Malta, re-invited by the Festival.

As chief conductor of the Orchestra Sinfónica de Guanajuato, he is developing exceptional seasons with this orchestra.