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Since his professional debut with 24 years conducting the Philharmonic Orchestra of Montevideo (Uruguay), Ignacio García-Vidal has positioned himself as a conductor of enormous personality leading important orchestras in relevant theaters of the world such as Teatro Real de Madrid, Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires, Theatre Muniçipal do Rio de Janeiro, Teatro Nacional Sucre de Quito, Teatro Solís de Montevideo, Théâtre National in Algiers or Palau de Les Arts in Valencia. His intense activity has led him to conduct the main Spanish orchestras such as the Symphony Orchestra and Choir of Spanish Radio Television, Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana (Palau de Les Arts Valencia), Symphonics of Bilbao, Tenerife, Navarra, Principado de Asturias, ADDA of Alicante, Granada, Extreamdura, Las Palmas or Murcia. He has also conducted the Argentines Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional Argentina, Orquesta Filarmónica del Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires, Orquestas Sinfónica de Salta, Córdoba, Rosario, Santa Fe, Mar del Plata, Tucumán in addition to the Orchestre Symphonique National Algerienne (Algeria), Kiev Radio National Orchestra (Ukraine) and the Philharmonics of Würzburg in Germany, Montevideo in Uruguay, Gran Canaria in Spain and Quito in Ecuador, among others. His deep criterion and a personal empathy result in artistic experiences applauded by the public and critics.

Ignacio García-Vidal (Spain, 1979) was trained in the humanist tradition at the University of Salamanca, where he obtained two degrees: a Degree in History and Sciences of Music - Musicology (University of Salamanca) and a Degree in Communication Sciences (Pontifical University of Salamanca). Subsequently, he obtained his Doctor's degree "Cum Laude" (PhD) in Didactics of Music Conducting. He trained in Orchestra Conducting mainly in Spain and Russia with maestros Enrique García Asensio, George Erzhemski and Piotr Alexievich Gribanov, expanding his knowledge in training spaces in Estonia (Panula, Jarvi, Dmitriyev), Saint Petersburg (Korchmar, Edwards) and Vienna (Mas). This deep artistic and humanist training gives him an eclectic profile as a conductor and musicologist.

García-Vidal has conducted successful tours, his concerts have included appearances at festivals such as "MozartFest Würzburg" (Germany), "Festival International Symphonique" (Algiers) or "Festival Internacional de Música de Canarias" and he has been invited by institutions such as "Mozarteum Argentine", "Instituto Cervantes" and "Barenboim-Saïd Foundation". He has been distinguished as "Honor Guest" by the Legislature of the City of Buenos Aires (Argentina) and awarded by the Rotary Club of Salamanca.

García-Vidal has conducted important soloists as Linda Bustani (piano), Guillermo Pastrana (violoncello), Ara Malikian (violin), Miguel Borrego (violin), Raquel Boldorini (piano), José Araújo (violoncello), Roberto Prosseda (piano), Eduardo Fernández (guitar), Fabio Presgrave (violoncello), Rocío Bazán (cantaora flamenca), Mariola Membrives (cantaora flamenca) and Claudio Espector (piano).

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