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José Luis López-Antón is considered one of the most brilliant and charismatic promises of the new generation of conductors in Spain. Current principal and artistic director of the Ávila Symphony Orchestra (OSAV), in a very short time his career is having a great rise. He has performed in Spain with the Spanish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra, the Castilla y León Symphony, the Principality of Asturias Symphony, the Malaga Symphony, the Santa Cecilia Classical Orchestra, the Young Castellón Symphony Orchestra and with the Symphony of the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Also noteworthy are his performances in Mexico with the Mexico City Philharmonic, the National Symphony of Mexico at the Palace of Fine Arts, the University of Guanajuato Symphony, the Boca del Rio Philharmonic, as well as with the Monterrey Metropolitan Orchestra and the Metropolitan Orchestra of Guadalajara.

Maestro López-Antón has also conducted the Principality of Asturias Symphony Orchestra, London Classical Soloists, the Contemporary Music Ensemble of the COSCyL and the children's orchestra "In Crescendo" of the socio-educational project of the Castilla y León Symphony, in addition to of the “El Alto” Philharmonic Orchestra of Bolivia

Commitments of the 18-19 Season included, once again, the Castilla y León Symphony, the Málaga Symphony, the Santa Cecilia Classical Orchestra, and in the subscription seasons of the Mexico City Philharmonic, the San Luis Potosí Symphony ( Mexico), Madeira Classical Orchestra (Portugal) and the National University of Cuyo Symphony (Argentina) in addition to his regular activity with the Ávila Symphony Orchestra.

Born in 1990, López-Antón completed his higher studies at the Superior Conservatory of Salamanca, obtaining an Honors Degree and an Extraordinary End of Degree Award. During three consecutive courses he obtained the Scholarship for students with Excellent Academic Achievement from the Junta de Castilla y León as a reward for his academic record. The teachers Miguel Romea, Andrés Salado, Achim Holub and Andrew Gourlay, current chief conductor of the Castilla y León Symphony Orchestra, of which he has been assistant conductor in various productions, stand out in his training. He has also been an assistant to teachers Vasily Petrenko and Gordan Nikolic.

In addition, he was selected for the pool of young directors of the National Youth Orchestra of Spain (JONDE) with which he began 2019 with a tour of various Spanish cities, including the Madrid Music Auditorium, and the Extremadura Youth Orchestra. He was also assistant conductor of the Alfonso X “El Sabio” University Orchestra in Madrid. 

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