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Born in Palma de Mallorca, José María Moreno undertook his initial studies in conducting in Spain, completing advanced studies at the Rimsky-Korsakov conservatory in St. Petersburg with maestro Mijail Kukushkin.

José María Moreno holds the title of Superior Professor of Orchestral Conducting (Conservatory of Valencia). He also holds titles of Singing Professor (Liceo Conservatory, Barcelona) and Professor of Theory, Piano, Harmony, Counterpoint and Composition (Conservatory of Balearic Islands). In addition he is licensed to practice Law from the Balearic Islands University.

Under the guidance of Maestro Pedro Valencia, he is pioneer in introducing techniques Hun Yuan Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong applied to the art of conducting.

He is the Music and Artist Director of the Orquesta Filarmónica de Málagan (Spain), the Music Director of the Sinfónica de Quintana Roo (México), the Principal Guest Conductor of the Orquestra da Opera no Patrimonio (Portugal), of the Festival MúsicaMallorca and the Music and Artist Director of the Capella Mallorquina. 

He has worked with prestigious international soloists: Ainhoa Arteta, José Bros, Roberto Alagna, Joan Pons, Plácido Domingo, Carlos Álvarez, Juan Jesús Rodríguez, Fiorenza Cedolins, Stefania Bonfadelli, Clara Mouriz, Vanesa Goikoetxea, Marco Vinco, Manuel Lanza, Marzio Giossi, Alejandro Roy, Enrique Ferrer, Raquel Lojendio, Carmen Solís, Maribel Ortega, Joel Montero, Stefano Palatchi, Miguel Ángel Zapater, Paolo Lardizzone, Miquel Ramón, Antonio Gandía, Gustavo Peña, José Luis Sola, César San Martín, Eduardo Aladrén, Hiroko Morita, Jana Kurucová, Khatuna Mikaberidze, Kerstin Descher, Kremena Dilcheva, Kinga Dobay, Karen Frankenstein, Rita Kapfhammer, Stefanie Schaefer, Cristina Faus, Elena de la Merced, Sonia de Munck, Sandra Moon, María Luisa Corbacho, Eugenia Bethencourt, Diletta Rizzo Marin, Stella Grigorian, Antje Bitterlich, Ji-Woon Kim, Gary Martin, David Menéndez, Luis Cansino, María Rey-Joly, Amparo Navarro, Ruth Iniesta, Isabella Gaudí, Ruth González, Alexandra Flood, Yasmin Ózkan, Inma Hidalgo, Brigitta Simon, Salina Aleksandrova, Cassandra Wyss, Eglé Sidlauskaité, Sascha Kramer, Martin Piskorski, Martin Mhkize, Sarunas Sapalas, Vladimir Tselebrovsky, Manel Esteve, Vicenç Esteve, Agustín Prunell-Friend, Javier Franco, Carlos Daza, Marina Pinchuk, Marina Rodríguez-Cusí, Marifé Nogales, Amelia Sierra, Amelia Font, Alejandro Bustamante, Julie Davies, Olafur Sigurdarson, James Cleverton, Ana Pinto, Maria Ermolaeva, Luís Rodrígues, Sergei Sichkov, Ryutaro Suzuki, Iván Ayón-Rivas, Juan Carlos Heredia, etc.

He is frequently invited as guest conductor in several orchestras: Berliner Symphoniker, Brandemburger Symphoniker, Augsburger Philarmoniker (Germany), Karelian Philharmonic Orchestra (Rusia), Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Colombia, Orquesta Sinfónica de la Comunidad de Madrid, Orquesta Oviedo Filarmonia, Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga, Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, Orquesta Sinfónica de Baleares, Orquestra del Gran Teatre del Liceu,  Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid, Orquesta Sinfónica de Barcelona y Nacional de Cataluña, Orquesta Sinfónica de Valencia, Joven Orquesta de la Comunidad de Madrid, (Spain), Orchestra Regionale Filarmonia Veneta (Italy), Orquestra do Norte (Portugal), etc.

He has conducted operas, zarzuelas, ballets and concerts in Spain, China, Canada, Russia, México, Colombia, Germany, Finland, France, Italy and Portugal.

It should be highlighted his performances in the Beijin Forbidden City Music Hall, in the Berliner Philarmonie, in the Helsinki Music Center or in the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid. José María Moreno has also had the honour of conducting in the presence of the Pope John Paul II in Rome and also before the King and Queen of Spain.

For several years he has been Professor of Improvisation, Conducting Technique, Choir and Musical Analysis at the Superior Conservatory of the Balearic Islands.

Public and critics have highlighted the success of his leadership of the Teatre Principal of Palma de Mallorca, scheduling seasons of Opera, spanish Operetta, Ballet and Theatre as Artistic and Musical Director for the 2012-2015 seasons with titles such as Carmen, La Bohème, Trovatore, Turandot, Aida, Otello, Tosca, Eugene Onegin, Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Rigoletto, Die Zauberflöte, the Barberillo de Lavapies, Doña Francisquita,  Luisa Fernanda, Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet, Don Quixote, etc. with an average annual of 250 representations.

Recently he has conducted the Messiah in Mallorca, 3 Opera Galas in Mexico with the Sinfónica de Quintana Roo, 3 New Year's Concert in Germany with the Brandenburger Symphoniker, a concert in the Teatro Real in Madrid with José Bros and Ruth Iniesta, Verdi's Requiem in Portugal, a symphonic concert and "La Traviata" in the Teatro Cervantes from Málaga, an Opera Gala in Lisboa, "Samsom et Dalila" in Pinhel and Coimbra (Portugal), etc.

 

KKL Luzern (Luzern, Switzerland)

March 2020: 23rd

OTELLO (G. Verdi)

Joel Montero, Susanne Serfling, Olafur Sigurdarson, Capella Mallorquina

Zurich Symphony Orchestra

 

 

KKL Luzern (Luzern, Switzerland)

March 2020: 30th

OPERA GALA WITH PLACIDO DOMINGO

Plácido Domingo, Nadine Sierra, Joel Montero, Eugene Kohn

Zurich Symphony Orchestra

 

 

Teatro Principal Antzokia (Vitoria, Spain)

May 2020: 30th and 31st

I PAGLIACCI (Leoncavallo)

Maite Alberola, Alberto Canet, Alberto Arrabal, Alberto Núñez, Gerardo Bullón

Coro Manuel Iradier (Dir. Estitxu Delgado)

Orquestra Ópera no Património

 

 

Promenadii Hall (Pori, Finland)

February 2020: 6th

PALMGREN FESTIVAL

THE MOLDAVA (Smetana)

PIANO CONCERTO N, 2 (Palmgren)

2nd SYMPHONY (Sibelius)

Junhee Kim, piano

Karelian Philharmonic Orchestra and Pori Sinfonietta

 

 

Teatro de Brandenburg (Alemania)

January 2020: 4th and 5th

NEW YEAR CONCERT'S

Tohru Iguchi, bariton

Brandenburger Symphoniker