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    Euskadi Symphony Orchestra

    Robert Trevino  direction
    Jennifer Johnston  mezzo-soprano
    Corby Welch tenor 

    The Euskadi Symphony Orchestra and its conductor Robert Trevino perform Ravel and Mahler

    Robert Trevino
    Robert Trevino - DR

    Ravel Rhapsodie espagnole
    La Valse
    Mahler Das Lied von der Erde

    Building on over 35 years of experience, the Euskadi Symphony Orchestra pursues its mission to bring the symphony repertoire to a wider audience, and to champion Basque music in particular. These two specialisms mean that it is a frequent visitor to concert halls in the Basque Country (Vitoria, Bilbao, San Sebastián and Pamplona). American conductor Robert Trevino studied under David Zinman, Leif Segerstam and Michael Tilson Thomas. As winner of the Evgeny Svetlanov Competition in 2010, he was invited to the work at the Tanglewood Music Festival and at the New York City Opera. In 2015, he was appointed Associate Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra with Louis Langrée. He has been Musical Director of the Euskadi Symphony Orchestra since 2017, and will take on the new role of Chief Conductor of the Malmö Symphony Orchestra in autumn 2019.

    Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati