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Maximiano Valdés

Maximiano Valdés - © Manuel Velez (CM Artists New York)

born on 17/6/1949 in Santiago de Chile, Región Metropolitana de Santiago, Chile

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Maximiano Valdés

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Maximiano Valdés is a Chilean classical musician and orchestral conductor. Mr. Valdés is the Music Director of the Orquesta Sinfonica del Principado de Asturias in Spain.[1] He is also the music director / principal conductor of the Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra.

Biography

He was born in Santiago, Chile, Mr. Valdés made his American debut in October 1987 with the Buffalo Philharmonic and in 1989, he was appointed Music Director of that orchestra, a position he held until 1998.[2][3] During the 07/08 season, Mr. Valdés toured with his orchestra in Asturias. The orchestra traveled Mexico, Spain and China.

Maximiano Valdés has several recordings available[4] and he recently signed on with Naxos to record works by Latin American and Spanish composers with the orchestra in Asturias.

North American orchestral engagements

  • Baltimore Symphony
  • Buffalo Philharmonic
  • Calgary Philharmonic
  • Dallas Symphony
  • Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
  • Houston Symphony
  • Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
  • Louisiana Philharmonic
  • Montreal Symphony
  • National Arts Centre Orchestra
  • National Symphony Orchestra
  • New World Symphony (orchestra)
  • Phoenix Symphony
  • Saint Louis Symphony
  • San Diego Symphony
  • Seattle Symphony
  • Syracuse Symphony Orchestra
  • Vancouver Symphony

Other orchestral engagements

Summer Festival Engagements

  • Mann Music Center
  • Caramoor Festival
  • Interlochen Center for the Arts
  • Grand Teton Music Festival
  • Eastern Music Festival
  • Chautauqua Symphony
  • Music Academy of the West
  • Grant Park Symphony Orchestra

References

  1. ^ "Conductor Maximiano Valdés – CM Artists New York". Retrieved 2010-03-21.
  2. ^ "About the Buffalo Philharmonic". Archived from the original on 23 March 2010. Retrieved 21 March 2010.
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