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Acclaimed for his exciting and passionate performances, innate musicianship, and technical prowess, Spanish violist Jesús Rodolfo has been praised by The New York Times Digest as "a star whose light transcends the stage." His expressive interpretations, his wide repertoire and his mastery of the light, dark and rich tones of his instrument have filled the halls of the main musical capitals of the world. Since making his professional debut at age 12 at the Principe Felipe Auditorium in Oviedo, Spain, Rodolfo has performed with many of Spain's leading orchestras, and his professional relationships with orchestras and presenters from around the world continue to expand.

Jesús Rodolfo's upcoming engagements include the release of videos where this visionary artist portrays the sensation of performing solo works by Bach with a resilient New York City, emerging from a year-long lethargy forced by the global COVID pandemic,  a preview of his new album at the High Line Nine Gallery in Hudson Yards, New York, in association with Steinway & Sons Pianos and Modern Pressed Flower, a set of videos performing piano music by legendary American film music composer John Williams, the release of a four-page article written by Jesús Rodolfo in Dear Magazine on the "return of the performing arts to New York City," as well as the release of his new album, "The Russian Album," which includes works by Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev. Solo performances will include his debut with the Berlin Philharmonic, as well as other appearances in Europe and the United States.

Jesús Rodolfo has performed with orchestras from Asturias, Barcelona,​​ Córdoba, Gijón and León, as well as with the Young Symphony Orchestra of the Principality of Asturias, Oviedo Philharmonic, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Mannes Orchestra, Yale Philharmonia, Orchestra of the Oviedo Superior Conservatory of Music and the Bratislava Chamber Orchestra. He premiered the Salvador Brotons Viola Concerto in Poland in 2012 with the Bratislava Chamber Orchestra at the Wroclaw Arsenal Festival. He has given recitals at Weill Hall, Carnegie Hall, DiMenna Center for the Arts, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, HIGHLINENINE, Norwood Club, LeFrak Hall at Queens College, Saint Stephen's Church, and Tenri Institute in New York City, in the Embassy of Lithuania in Washington, DC and the California iPalpiti Festival.

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