Alondra de la Parra

Musical Career


Conductor Alondra de la Parra has gained widespread attention for her
spellbinding and vibrant performances, making her one of the most compelling
conductors of her generation. She holds the distinction of being the first Mexican
woman to conduct in New York City, and is an official Cultural Ambassador of
Mexico. She has been heralded by Plácido Domingo as “an extraordinary
conductor” and the French newspaper Le Monde states that “there is no doubt that,
with Alondra de la Parra classical music has arrived into the XXI Century”.

Frequently in demand as guest conductor, Alondra de la Parra has led some of the
most prestigious orchestras of France, Germany, USA, Japan, Brazil, Sweden and
Russia including the Orchestre de Paris, RSB Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra
and Milan’s Cameristi della Scala. She also undertook a tour across China with the
Orchestre National du Capitole de Tolouse.

In Latin America, De la Parra works frequently Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra and
with the Simón Bolivar Youth Orchestra, from whom she received their highest
award. She has also conducted Brazilian Symphony Orchestra, the Buenos Aires
Philharmonic in Argentina, Montevideo’s Philharmonic in Uruguay and in Mexico,
the orchestras of Aguascalientes, Jalisco, Sinaloa, Xalapa, Puebla, San Luis
Potosí, Estado de México and the National Symphony.

Highlights of season 2014-15 are return invitations to conduct RSB Berlin Radio
Symphony Orchestra and Orchestre de Paris. Following this, she will have make
her debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich as
well as her subscription debut with the NHK Symphony.

She will also conduct the Verbier Festival Orchestra and BBC National Orchestra
of Wales, Cameristi della Scala, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre
Symphonique de Québec, and the RTE National Symphony Orchestra. Moreover,
she will work together with Tonkünstler Orchestra Vienna and composer Enjott
Schneider on a new CD project. This summer she will conduct West Side Story
with a live projection of the film in Mexico’s Auditorio Nacional.

Born in New York City in 1980, De la Parra moved to Mexico with her parents at
age 2. She began playing the piano at age 7 and the cello at 13, and it was then
when she decided she wanted to become an orchestra conductor. She returned to
Mexico City and studied composition at the Centre of Research and Musical
Studies (CIEM). After she moved New York City at age 19 and attended the
Manhattan School of Music where she became recipient of the Presser
Scholarship. There, she obtained her BM in piano performance with Jeffrey Cohen
and her Masters degree in Orchestra Conducting with Kenneth Kiesler, both with
the highest honors.

In 2004 at age 23 Alondra de la Parra founded the Philharmonic Orchestra of the
Americas (POA). Her mission was to create an orchestra that would serve as a
platform to showcase young performers and composers of the Americas, giving the
continent’s music an unquestioned place in the standard orchestral repertoire. With
POA De la Parra recorded her debut Album “Mi Alma Mexicana” (“My Mexican
Soulreleased in 2010 by Sony Classical) which celebrates Mexico’s Bicentennial
anniversary with 200 years of Mexican orchestral music. The album was amongst
the top 10 on the US Billboard Classical Chart and was the first classical recording
in more than a decade to earn Platinum Record Status in Mexico in less than two
months. In the same year De la Parra and the POA performed during Mexico’s
Bicentennial celebrations in the Monumento a la Independencia (Independence
Monument, commonly known as “El Ángel”), an event that was attended by
hundreds of thousands and seen around the world by an estimated 200 million

Since 2003, Alondra has developed several education programs in public schools
of NY. In Oaxaca she worked with the Benito Juárez Youth Philharmonic Band.
She developed and directed a 10-day clinic program, assisted by members of the
Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra in which she worked with the children of the
Orquesta Renacimiento in the state of Guerrero in Mexico. She is working on
continuing these programs all around Mexican territory. She also organized a free
conducting programme with Kenneth Kiesler for Mexican rising talents that
celebrated its second edition this year.

De la Parra has done multidisciplinary collaborations with different artists, such as
actors Geoffrey Rush and Robert Redford, filmmaker Michel Gondry,
choreographer Christopher Wheeldon and musicians such as Gloria Estefan,
Natalia Lafourcade, Gustavo Santaolalla, among others. De la Parra performs
frequently with Plácido Domingo.

Alondra de la Parra is represented worldwide by Tanja Dorn at IMG Artists.

Alondra de la Parra



Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco:
Music Director, 2012-2013

Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas:
Founder and Music Director, September 2004 – June 2011

Music Festival of the Americas at Stowe:
Music Director, 2003-present

New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra:
Principal Guest Conductor 2005-2007

Manhattan School of Music Symphony:
Assistant Cover Conductor 2005-2008

St. Leonard’s Mayfield School Orchestra:
Assistant Conductor 1995-1996

Guest Conducting Engagements:

– Orchestre de Paris: Guest Conductor, 2013
– Cameristi della Scala: Guest Conductor 2014, 2015
– Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin: Guest Conductor, 2013, 2014 / Recording, 2014
– RTE National Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor 2015
– Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2013
– Orchestre National de Bordeaux: Guest Conductor 2014
– Orchestre National de Lyon: Guest Conductor, 2012
– Orchestre du Capitole de Toulousse: Guest Conductor, 2013
– Hamburger Symphoniker: Guest Conductor, 2011
– Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich Guest Conductor / Recording 2015
– Grosses Orchester Graz: Guest Conductor, 2012,
– Russian National Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2008, 2009
– Orchestra della Toscana: Conductor, 2012
– MDR Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2012, 2013
– Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock: Guest Conductor, 2011
– Bach Collegium Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2011, 2013
– Tibilisi Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2011
– Kammerakademie Potsdam: Guest Conductor, 2010, 2011
– Sociedad Filarmónica Madrid-Berlin: Guest Conductor, 2010
– Tivoli Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2010
– Moritzburg Festival Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2010

United States
– San Francisco Symphony: Guest Conductor, 2009, 2010
– Dallas Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2009/2010
– Houston Symphony: Guest Conductor, 2008/2009
– New World Symphony: Guest Conductor, 2009
– New York Pops: Guest Conductor, 2007
– New York City Ballet Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2011
– Phoenix Symphony: Guest Conductor, 2009
– Miami Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2015
– Orlando Philharmonic: Guest Conductor, 2011
– San Antonio Symphony: Guest Conductor, 2008/2009
– Columbus Symphony: Guest Conductor 2009 (check dates)
– Chicago Sinfonietta: Guest Conductor, 2010
– Chicago College of Performing Arts Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2012, 2015/ Recording 2015
– Guest Conductor/ Recording 2015
– Quad City Symphony: Guest Conductor, 2011, 2012 (check dates)
– Grant Park Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2011
– Napa Valley Symphony: Subscription concert, Guest Conductor, 2011
– Orquesta Sinfónica de Puerto Rico: Guest Conductor, 2011
– Washington National Opera Gala Concert: Guest Conductor, 2009
– Las Vegas Philharmonic Orchestra, Guest Conductor, 2014
– Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2009
– Colorado Music Festival: Guest Conductor, 2009
– New Hampshire Music Festival: Guest Conductor, 2009
– Festival del Sole at Napa Valley: Guest Conductor, 2009, 2010, 2014

– Orquesta Juvenil Simón Bolívar: Subscription concerts 2007, 2008, 2011

– Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo: Guest Conductor, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 /Recording 2011, 2010
– Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira: Guest Conductor 2012, 2014

– Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México: Guest Conductor 2009, 2011
– Orquesta Sinfónica de Minería: Guest Conductor, 2011
– Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México: Guest Conductor, 2005
– Orquesta Sinfónica de San Luis Potosí, Guest Conductor, 2013
– Orquesta Sinfónica de Xalapa: Guest Conductor, 2009, 2012
– Orquesta Sinaloa de las Artes: Guest Conductor, 2008
– Orquesta Internacional de las Artes, Guest Conductor, 2008
– Orquesta Sinfónica de Aguascalientes: Guest Conductor, 2007, 2008
– Orquesta Juvenil del Estado de Veracruz: Guest Conductor, 2006
– Banda Infantil y Juvenil Benito Juárez: Guest Conductor, 2013
– Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco: Guest Conductor, 2006, 2012
– Orquesta Filarmónica 5 de Mayo: Guest Conductor, 2014
– Orquesta Renacimiento: Guest Conductor, 2014

– Orchestre Symphonique de Québec, Guest Conductor, 2015
– Edmonton Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2010
– National Arts Centre Orchestra: Shared concert with 4 other
– Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Guest Conductor 2012

– Orquesta Filarmónica de Montevideo: Guest Conductor 2006

– Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2012
– Japan Virtuoso Symphony, Tokyo: Guest Conductor, 2011
– Hyogo Peforming Arts Center Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2014
– Kanazawa Ensemble: Guest Conductor, 2014
– Malaysia Philharmonic Orchestra: Guest Conductor, 2014
– China Tour with Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse: Guest Conductor, 2013
– Albustan Festival Orchestra, Lebanon: Guest Conductor, 2012
– Academies Festival Orchestra, Singapore: Guest Conductor, 2008

Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, Founder and Music Director

Accomplished projects and concerts, 2003 – 2011

Presentations more than 60 concerts in the US New York (Lincoln Center), Washington (Kennedy Center), Los Angeles (Walt Disney Hall), Napa Valley Festival

Three International Tours: Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Oaxaca, Cuernavaca, Zacatecas, Washington DC, Dallas,
Los Angeles, Napa Valley

“Mi Alma Mexicana” 2CD set – Platinum Status, “Travieso Carmesí” – Platinum Status

Music Premieres
Márquez, Toussaint, Lavista, Chapela, Assad, Capella, Ljova, Feltman, Da Silva, etc…

Education Programs in New York (since 2006)
Niños: unique 6 month music programs developed in Public Schools in Harlem

International Education Programs
Armonía Social: unique workshop with youth local orchestras during tours

Young Composers Competitions
International competition for composers from the Americas under 35 years of age. Winner’s piece performed in concert


– Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin: Recording, 2014
– Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich Recording 2015
– Chicago College of Performing Arts Symphony Orchestra: Recording 2015
– Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo 2010, 2011


2006-2008 Manhattan School of Music: MM in Orchestral Conducting
(Kenneth Kiesler) Gabe Wiener Graduate Fellowship for outstanding merit
2001-2005 Manhattan School of Music: Piano Performance BM, Presser Scholarship
2000-2001 Juilliard Evening Division: Orchestral Conducting, theory and analysis
1998-2000 Centro de Investigación y Estudios Musicales: Composition Undergraduate, Mexico City
1995-1996 St. Leonards Mayfield School (Royal Academy of Music): Music A Level


Conducting: Kenneth Kiesler, Kurt Masur, Charles Dutoit, Marin Alsop, Michael Charry

Piano: Jeffrey Cohen, Tomas Sauer, Natasha Tarásova, Gyorgy Sandor

Cello: Pilar Gadea, Felix Buser

Honors and Awards:

2013 Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – Conductor Award
2013 Figura del año – Asosicación Mexicana de Publicidad
2011 Culture Award – American Business Council
2011 Gold Status Album: “Travieso Carmesí”, Amprofon
2010 Platinum Status Album: “Mi Alma Mexicana”, Amprofon (First Album to ever receive this distinction in Latin America)
2010 Mérito Artístico, Premio Antena CIRT (awarded by Mexico’s President, Felipe Calderón)
2010 National Arts Award, Fundación Pedro Sarquís Merrewe
2009 Revelation of the year, Mont Blanc Woman Award
2009 Woman of the Year – Arts & Culture, ‘Mujer Ejecutiva’ Magazine
2009 Appointed Cultural Ambassador for Mexican Tourism
2008 Helen M. Thompson Award for Emerging Conductors, League of American Orchestras
2008 Pablo Casals Award, Manhattan School of Music
2008 Women’s Conducting Grant, League of American Orchestras
2007 “Banda de Honor”, FESNOJIV (highest honor given to conductors by the Venezuelan System of Orchestras)
2007 Rising Star of the Year Award, New York Women’s Agenda
2007 Arts and Entertainment Award, 1010 Wins “Tomorrow’s Newsmakers”
2007 Taki Concordia Fellowship for Conductors Honorable Mention Award
2006 Gabe Wiener Merit Scholarship for an Outstanding Student, Manhattan School of Music
2006 Taki Concordia Fellowship for Conductors Honorable Mention Award
2005 “El Micrófono de Oro” Award, (Highest price given yearly from the Mexican Broadcasting Association)
2004 “Amigos de la Música de Cuernavaca” Award
2004-2005 Presser Merit Scholarship Award, Manhattan School of Music
2001-2005 Dean’s list, Manhattan School of Music

Conducting Workshops

2007 NAC Conductors Program, Pinchas Zuckerman and Ken Kiesler (Participant)
2006 NAC Conductors Program, Pinchas Zuckerman and Ken Kiesler (Participant)
2006 Conductor’s Retreat with Ken Kiesler (2001, 2003 and 2006)
2006 Kurt Masur Conducting Seminar MSM New York (Participant)
2006 Kenneth Kiesler Master Class Philharmonisches Kammerorchester Berlin, Gotha, Germany
2005 Cabrillo Festival Conducting Master Classes with Marin Alsop & Gustav Meier, Santa Cruz, CA
2004 Charles Dutoit Conducting Course, Buenos Aires Philharmonic at the Teatro Colón
2004 Kurt Masur Conducting Seminar MSM New York (Participant)
2004 C. W. Post Chamber Music Festival Conducting Seminar, Long Island
2003 Michael Tilson-Thomas Workshop “The Music of Aaron Copland” at Carnegie Hall

New Music Premiers

2015 Works by Enjott Schneider – CD Recording –Vienna, Austria
2015 Stacy Garrop, Mythology Symphony: World Premier – Chicago, USA
2009 Francis Hime, Concerto for guitar and orchestra: World Premier Sao Paulo, Brazil
2008 Sánchez Ortíz, Ometeotl: World Premier: New York, USA
2008 Works by Paul Brantley and Clarice Assad: New York, USA
2007 Works by Martín Capella, Douglas Lora and Mark Bergman: New York, USA
2006 Leonard Bernstein: Music from the film “West Side Story” – NY premier – Carnegie Hall
2006 Works by Eugenio Toussaint, Arturo Rodriguez, Paul Desenne, Pedro Da Silva, Joshua Feltman – NY, USA
2005 Works by Mario Lavista, Enrico Chapela, Ernesto Villa-Lobos – New York, USA
2004 Works by Timothy Hanson, Chistopher Fischer Lockhead – New York, USA
2003 Works by Anthony Rosado and Vincent Raikhel – New York, USA

2000 Zachary Abramson: Ten Preludes for solo piano MSM


2008 Conductors’ Competition Sir Georg Solti
2007 2nd Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition: (one of 14 selected out of 250 competitors)
2004 Segundo Premio Eduardo Mata: (one of 12 selected participants)

Press Awards and Special Features

2014 “Artist of the year” – Gente MGM
2013 213,000 Followers on twitter
2011 Twitter Mexico Trending Topic – July 2nd, Travieso Carmesí
2010 Twitter World Trending Topic – September 16th, Mexico’s Bicentennial Celebration
2010 “NYC Women, Make it here, Make it Happen”, Mayor Bloomberg’s NYC Commission on Women’s Issues
2010 “Los más poderosos del 2010” (Most powerful people in 2010), Poder 360 Magazine
2010 Conducting 101 Presentation for Boardmembers and Young Patron’s at Lincoln Center
2009 15 “Mujeres pisando Fuerte” (“15 Women walking tall”), Elle Magazine
2009 “50 Personajes que mueven a México” (“50 people who move Mexico”), Quién Magazine
2009 Conducting 101 Presentation for Young Patron’s at Lincoln Center
2008 “20 Under 40″, Poder Magazine
2007 “Chilanga” of the Year, Revista Chilango

Significant Collaborations

Placido Domingo: Puerto Rico 2011, Auditorio Nacional Mexico 2011, Washington National Opera 2010

Joshua Bell: Boca Raton 2009, Napa Valley 2010

Bajo Fondo: Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles 2010

Nicolai Lugansky: Orchestre de Paris, 2013

Pinchas Zuckerman: Festival del Sole, Napa Valley, 2014

Sarah Chang: Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, Napa Valley, 209

Schlomo Minz: Cameristi della Scala, Cans-Montana, 2014

James Galway: Russian National Orchestra, 2008

Ivo Porgorelich; Orchestra della Toscana, Tuscan Sun Festival, 2012

Nikloaj Znaider: Festival del Sole, Nappa Valley, 2009



As of: May 2015

Adam, Adolphe

Pas d’esclave de ‘El Corsario’

Adams, John

Short Ride on a Fast Machine

Addinsell, Richard

‘Warsaw Concerto’

Alvarez, Javier

Metro Chabacano


La Llorona

Hymn to Chapultepec

Assad, Clarice

Brazilian Fanfare

Assafiev, Boris

Llamas de París

Bacalov, Luis

Triple Concerto

Misa Tango

Bach, J.S.

Concerto in D Minor for Viola and Orchestra

Concerto in F Minor BWV 1052

Violin Concerto in E Major

Double Concerto

Barber, Samuel

Knoxville: Summer of 1915


Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

Bartók, Bela

Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta

Bazzini, Antonio

‘The Dance of the Goblins” Scherzo


Beach, Amy

Symphony in E “Gaellic”

Beethoven, Ludwig Van

Leonore Overture No.3

Symhony No. 1

Symphony No.2

Symphony No. 3

Symphony No. 5

Symphony No. 7

Symphony No. 9

Piano Concerto No. 4

Triple Concerto

Beliino, Vincenzo

“Ah, Per sempre”, from I Puritani

Bergman, Mark

Dance of the Americas

Berlioz, Hector

Damnation of Faust: Rakoczy March

Simphonie Fantastique

Bernstein, Leonard

Serenade after Plato’s “Symposium” for Violin and Orchestra

Symphonic Dances from West Side Story

On the Waterfront

Bizet, George

Carmen Suite No.1 I. Prelude & Aragonaise

Carmen Suite No. 1 II. Intermezzo, III. Seguedille

Carmen Suite No. 1 IV. Les Dragons d’Alcala, V. Les Toreadors

Carmen, Act I Duet: ‘Ma Mere, je la vois…’

Carmen, Act II Aria: ‘La fleur que tu m’avais jetee’

Carmen, Overture

Ouvre ton Coeur

Brahms, Johannes

Double Concerto

Symphony No.1

Symphony No.4

Tragic Overture

Variations on a theme by Haydn

Violin Concerto

Brantley, Paul

Electric Fan

Breton, Tomás

La Dolores, jota

Bruch, Max

Violin Concerto No.1

Caciini, Giulio

Amrilli, Mía Bella

Campa, Gustavo

Melodía para Violín y Orquesta

Capella Martín


Cardillo, Salvatore


Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario

Concerto No.1

Concerto for Two Guitars

Castro, Ricardo

Intermezzo de Atzimba

Catalani, Alfredo

‘Ebben? Ne andrò lontana’ from La Wally

Chapela, Enrico

Genómica Mestiza


Chapí Ruperto

Preludio ‘La Revoltosa’

Preludio ‘El Tambor de los Granaderos’

Las Carceleras, las hijas del Zebedebo

Chávez, Carlos

Symphon No. 2 ‘India’

Caballos de Vapor Suite (complete)

Chopin, Frédéric

Piano Concerto No.1

Piano Concerto No.2

Schumann, Clara

Piano Concerto

Copland, Aaron

Three Latin American Sketches

Apalachian Spring

Danzón Cubano

Fanfare for the Common Man

Lincoln Portrait

Old American Songs

Rodeo: Hoe Down

Corigliano, John

Promenade Overture

Curiel, Gonzalo

Vereda Tropical

Currier, Sebastian

Broken Minuets for Harp and Strings

D’Rivera, Paquito

Fantasias Messiaenicas

Da Silva, Joaquim Antônio


De Falla, Manuel

Danza del Fuego, Amor Brujo

Danza Española No.1, La Vida Breve

Suite II from ‘Thre-Cornered Hat’ Ballet

De Freitas Branco, Luis

Paraísos Artificiais

Debussy, Claude

Dances Harp and Strings

Prelude to the Afernoon of a Faun

Images – Iberia

Demetrio, Luis

Quién será la que me quiere

Denver, John

Perhaps Love

Wen, De-Quing

Variations of a Rose

Desenne, Paul

Double Bass Concerto

Donizetti, Gaetano

Una furtiva lágrima

‘Udite, Udite’ L’elisir d’amore

Dvorák, Antonin

Slavonic Dances No. 5-8

Symphony No.7

Symphony No.8

Symphony No.9 ‘New World’

Cello Concerto in B minor

Edwards, Ross

Chorale and Ecstatic Dance, Eyato I

Concerto for Violin and Orchestroa ‘Maninyas’

Elgar, Edward

Indroduction & Allegro for Strings

Enigma Variations, ‘Nimrod’

String Serenade

Ellington, Duke

New World A-Comin’

Esparza Oteo, Alfonso

Un Viejo Amor

Fauré, Gabriel

Pelleas and Melisande

Feltman, Joshua

Ties that Bind

Fischer-Lochead, Christopher


Flores, Pedro


Frank, Gabriela Lena

Jungle Jaunt and Mestizo Waltz from Three Latin American Dances

Gallet, Luciano

Danças Brasileira

Gamboa, Eduarto

Concerto for Flute


Gardel, Carlos

El Día que me Quieras

Garrop, Stacy

Mytholohy Symphony

Gershwin, George

Cuban Overture

Piano Concerto in F Major

Rhapsody in Blue

Strike Up the Band

Getty, Gordon

Overture to Plump Jack

Giménez, Gerónimo

Intermezzo, Las Bodas de Luis Alonso

Ginastera, Alberto

Estancia Suite

Variaciones Concertantes

Giordano, Umberto

Caro mío ben

Nemico della Patria

Glière, Reinhold

Harp Concerto

Glinka, Mikchail

Overture to Rusland and Ludmila

Golijov, Osvaldo

Three Songs for Soprano

Last Round

Grainger, Percy

Irish Tune from Country Derry

Grever, Maria

Jewel Song, Faust


Te quiero dijiste

Grieg, Edvard

Pianco Concerto in A Minor

Holberg Suite

Grofé, Ferde

Sunset & Cloudburst from Grand Canyon Suite

Guarnieri, Camargo

Danzas Brasilairas

Hanson, Sara Beth


Haydn, Joseph

Symphony No. 101 “The Clock”

Symohony No. 88

Cello Concerto in C Major

Helbig, Sven

Pocket Symphonies

Hernandez Marín, Rafael

Lamento Borincano, Ausencia del Silencio

Higdon, Jennifer

Concerto for Orchestra

Hime, Frances

Concerto para Guitarra

Huízar, Candelario


Ibarra, Federico

Sinfonía No. 2

Ives, Charles

The Unanswered Question

Variations on “America”

Jarvlepp, Jan

Garbage Concerto

Jimenez, José Alfredo

Amanecí en tus Brazos

Juan Gabriel

Yo te Recuerdo

Kaper, Bronislaw & Jurma, Walter

San Francisco

Verdi, Giuseppe

Prelude to Act 1, La Traviata

Lalo, Eduardo

Spanish Symhony

Lara, Agustín


Solamente una vez

Piensa en mi


Larsen, Libby

Overture Parachute Dancing

Lavista, Mario


Reflejos de la Noche

Lecuona, Ernesto

María la O

Lehar, Franz

The Land of Smiles “Dein ist mein granzes Herz”

Calla el labio, la viuda alegre

Leon, Tania


Loewe, Frederick

‘The street where you live’, My Fair Lady

‘I could have danced all night’, My Fair Lady

Symhony in E “Gaelic”

López-Quiroga Miquel

Ojos Verdes

Lora, Douglas

Brazilian Fugues

Lowden, Bob

Armed Forces Salute

Luna, Pablo

‘De España Vengo’ from El Niño Judio

McDowell, Edward

Concerto for Piano No. 2

Mahler, Gustav

Symphony No. 1 ‘Titan’

Symphony No. 2 ‘Resurrection’

Symphony No. 3 (extract)

Adagietto from Symphony No. 5

Manzanero, Armando


Esta Tarde vi Llover

Marcelino, Rito

Sones y Jarabes Mixes

Márquez, Arturo

Alas a Malala

Danzón No. 2

Danzón No. 4

Leyenda de Miliano

Espejos en la Arena

Martell, Héctor

Como de Treinta

Marturet, Eduarto

Canto Llano

Masgagni, Pietro

Cherry Duet, L’amico Fritz

Intermezzo de Cavalleria Rusticana

Massenet, Jules

‘O Souverain’ from Le Cid

Manon ‘Pas de Deux’

May, Frederick

Sunlight and Shadow

Mendelssohn, Felix

Double Concerto

Violin Concerto in E minor

String Symphony No. 4

Mendes, Gilberto

Abertura Issa

Alegres Trópicos

Motet en Re Menor

Rastro Harmónico

Un Cuadro de Gastao

Méndez, Tomás


Mendoza, Quirino

Cielito Lindo

Minkus, Ludwig

Grand Pas de Deux from Don Quijote

Moncayo, José Pablo

Homenaje a Cervantes



Moreno Torroba, Federico

En mi Tierra Extremeña

Mostazo Morales, Juan

Antonio Vargas Heredia, Copla

El Día que Nací yo

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

‘Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schon’ from Die Zauberflote

‘E susanna non vien…Doce Sono’ from Le Nozze di Figaro

‘Hai gia vinta la causa’ from Le nozze di Figaro

‘La ci darem la mano’ from Don Giovanii

Concerto for Harp and Flute

Horn Concerto No. 3

Concerto for Two Violins

Concerto in Eb Mayor for Two Harps and Orchestra KV 365 (Originally for two pianos)

Flute Concerto

Magic Flute Overture

Piano Concerto No. 7

Piano Concerto No. 10

Piano Concerto No. 12

Piano Concerto No. 20

Piano Concerto No. 23

Sinfonia Concertante in Eb Major

Symphony No.32

Symphony No. 38 ‘Prague’

Symphony No.  31 ‘Paris’

Divertimento in D major

Ave Verum

Mussorgsky, Modest

Pictures at an Exhibition (Orch. Ravel)

Offenbach, Jacques

La Périchole “Je Suis Grise”

Ortiz, Gabriela

Fronteras Híbridas

Ottto, Nicolai

Overture of the Merry Widows

Las Alegres Comadres de Windsor

Overton, David

The Magic Flutes

Paganini, Nicolò

Rondo ‘La Campanela’

Penderecki, Krzysztof

Concerto for Flute

Penella, Manuel

‘Me llamabas Rafaeliyo’ from El Gato Montés

Pérez Prado, Dámaso


Pergolesi, Giovanni Batista

Stabat Mater

Philip, John

Liberty Bell March

Stars and Stripes Forever

The Thunderer

Piazzola, Astor

Bandoneon Concerto

Adiós Nonino

Inviertno Porteño


Otoño Porteño


Tres Movimientos Tanguísticos

Ponce, Manuel M.


Concierto del Sur

Piano Concerto

Portillo de la Luz, César

Contigo en la Distancia

Prokofiev, Sergeï

Piano Concerto No. 1

Piano Concerto No. 2

Peter and the Wolf

Violin Concerto No. 2

Symphony No. 5

Public Domain


La Llorona

Puccini, Giacomo

‘E Lucevan le Stelle’ from Tosca

Intermezzo de Manon Lescaut

‘Che gelida marina’ from Tosca

‘Mi chiamano Mimi’ from Tosca

‘O soave fanciulla’ from Tosca

Pugni, Cesare

Stanela, pas de deux

De León, Rafael & Quiroga, Manue

Ojos Verdes, Copla

Rachmaninov, Sergeï

Aleko’s Cavatina, Aleko

Piano Concerto No, 3

Raikhel, Vincent

Corrupt Bargain

Ravel, Maurice


Rapsodie Espagnole



Ma Mère L’Oye


Revueltas, Silvestre

Homenaje a Federico Garcia Lorca


La Noche de los Mayas

Ocho X Radio

Redes Suite


Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolái

Die Nacht vor Weihnachten


Bolero Español

Ripper, Joao

Cinco Poemas de Vinicius de Moraes

Rodrigo, Joaquín

Concierto de Aranjuez

Fantasía para un Gentilhombre

Concierto de Aranjuez

Canto de la Noche

Rosado, Anthony

Song Cycle

Rosas, Juventino

Sobre las Olas

Rosauro, Ney

Concerto for Marimba and Strings

Rossini, Gioachino

‘Ecco Ridenti in cielo’ from Il Barbiere di Seviglia

Overture to Il Barbiere di Seviglia

Preludio Inofensivo

Saint-Saëns, Camille

Carnival of the Animals

Piano Concerto No. 2

Cello Concerto No. 1

Cardillo, Salvatore

Core ‘ngrato

Sánchez Ortiz, José Alberto


Santaolalla, Gustavo

Bruma (arr. Ljova)

De Ushuaia a la Quiaca (arr. Ljova)

Duro y Parejo (arr. Ljova)

Gran Guignol (arr. Ljova)

Journey (arr. Ljova)

Love will never grow old (arr. Ljova)

Monserrat (arr. Ljova)

No pregunto cuantos son (arr. Ljova)

Pa’Bailar (arr. Ljova)

Perfume (arr. Ljova)

Satie, Erik


Schiffrin, Lalo

Concerto Caribeño

Schnyder, Daniel

Concerto for Chamber Orchestra

Sax Concerto


Schnyder, Enjott

Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra No. º

Danses Sacrées for Violonchello and Strings

Symphony No. 7

Schubert, Franz

Symphony No. 5

Symphony No. 7

Symphony No. 8

Symphony no. 9

Mass in G Major

Schumann, Robert

Cello Concerto

Symhon No.4

Symphony No.5

Shostakovich, Dimitri

Symphony No. 5

Cello Concerto No. 1

Piano Concerto No.1

Last Movement from Symphony No. 5

Sibelius, Jean


Valse Triste

Violin Concerto

Sototullo, Reveriano & Vert, Juan

Intermedio from Leyenda del Beso

‘Ya mis horas felices’ from La del Soto del Parral

Sorozábal, Pablo

‘No puede ser’ from La Taberna del Puerto

Strauss, Johann

Radetzky March

Strauss, Johann (Jr)

Melodien Quadrille

Le Beau Danube Bleu

‘Tik Tak Polka’ from Die Fledermaus

Strauss, Josef

Chatterbox Fast Polka

Stravinsky, Igor


Dumbarton Oaks

Firebird Suite

Four Norwegian moods

Pulcinella Suite

Rite of Spring

Capriccio for Piano and Wind Instruments

Piano Concerto

Syntek, Alex

Historias de Danzón y de Arrabal

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Illych

The Nutcracker

Serenade for Strings

Symphony No. 4

Symphony No. 5

Sleeping Beauty Suite

Piano Concerto No. 1

Violin Concerto

Telemann, Phillipp

Viola Concerto in G Major

Torroba, Federico

‘Amor de mi Vida’ from Maravilla

Tosti, Paolo


A Vuccella

Toussaint, Eugenio

Concierto para Piano Improvisado y Orquesta No. 2

Danzas de la Ciudad

Tower, Joan

Made in America

Vaughan-Williams, Ralphç

The Lark Ascending

Velázquez, Consuelo

Bésame Mucho

Verdi, Guiseppe

‘E strano sempre libera’ from La traviata

Prelude to Act 1 from La Traviata

‘dilitte amiche’ from I Vespiri Siciliani

Villa-Lobos, Heitor

Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5

Bachianas Brasileiras No. 7

La Promesa del Guerrero

Sinfonietta No. 1

Vivaldi, Antonio

Flute Concerto

The Four Seasons

Gloria in Excelsis Deo

Weber, Carl Maria Von

Invitation to the Dance

Wagner, Richard

‘Dich teure halle’ from Tannhauser

‘O du , mein holder Abendstern’ from Tannhauser

Walton, William

Cello Concerto

Williams, John

Overture ‘Die Cowboys’

Willson, Meredith

Seventy-six Trombones

Wright, Robert

Twilight at Mt. Veeder

Zhurbin, Lev

Sugar Hill Bumo

Moncayo: Huapango // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  1. Moncayo: Huapango // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  2. Campa: Melodía For Violin And Orchestra, Op. 1 // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  3. Castro: Intermezzo De Atzimba // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  4. Huizar: Imágenes // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  5. Ponce: Concierto Del Sur For Guitar And Orchestra – I. Allegretto // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  6. Ponce: Concierto Del Sur For Guitar And Orchestra – II. Andante // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  7. Ponce: Concierto Del Sur For Guitar And Orchestra – III. Allegro Moderato E Festivo // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  8. Rosas: Sobre Las Olas // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  9. Márquez: Danzón No. 2 // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana
  10. Revueltas: Sensemayá // Alondra de la Parra - Mi alma Mexicana