Alexis Soriano is a true disciple of the Russian School, mentored by Gergiev, he conducts throughout the world Symphony and Opera. Since 2012 is the Artistic Director of New York Opera Society.
Alexis Soriano is among the most outstanding Spanish conductors of his generation.
A pupil of Ilya Musin in St Petersburg, he launched his career with the Hermitage Orchestra, which he conducted regularly from 1998 to 2008, and with the St Petersburg Symphony, starting in 2001.
He took part in the film The Master and His Pupil at the request of maestro Gergiev, and later made his Mariinsky Theatre debut in 2007. He was also Principal Conductor of the INSO-Lviv Symphony Orchestra in Ukraine from 2010 to 2012, while since 2012 he has been Artistic Director of the New York Opera Society.
As a symphony music conductor he has led such world-renowned orchestras as the Mariinsky Orchestra, the St Petersburg Symphony, the Prague Symphony, the Slovakian Philharmonic, the Lithuanian National Symphony, the Filarmónica de Buenos Aires, the Tapiola Sinfonietta (Finland), the Oulu Symphony Orchestra (Finland), the English Chamber Orchestra, the Cláudio Santoro Symphony Orchestra of Brasilia’s Teatro Nacional, the St Petersburg Cappella, the orchestra of the Teatr Wielki in Poznań, the Moscow Virtuosi, the Hermitage Orchestra, the Danubia Zenekar from Hungary, the Dnepropetrovsk Symphony, the National Symphony of Macedonia, the St Christopher Orchestra of Vilnius, the Orchestra Sinfonica di Grosseto and the Orchestra Regionale del Lazio as well as the majority of Spanish orchestras.
In 2014 he toured Japan for concerts with the Seto Philharmonic, the Okayama Symphony and the University of Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, receiving high praise for his performances of de Falla and Debussy and being invited again for subsequent seasons.
The outstanding orchestral response was a merit of the very talented young conductor Alexis Soriano who guided the musicians with security and sensitiveness.
Alexis Soriano is one of the outstanding Spanish conductors of his generation, having received in 2013 the distinction of “100 Spaniards” who excelled in Arts and Science throughout the world.
As an Opera conductor, has conducted “Rigoletto”, “Faust”, “Boris Godunov”, “Fille du Régiment”, “Nozze di Figaro”,”Cossi fan tutte”,“Madam Butterfly”,“Eugene Oneguin”, “Falstaff”, “Glaura y Cariolano”, “La Scala di Seta”, “L’Arbore di Diana”,”Everardo II Re di Lituania”, “Barbiere di Siviglia” among others.
He has received also the prize of the Ciurlionis Foundation in Lithuania, for his musical achievements. As a composer he has written piano, chamber and orchestral works premièred in Spain, Russia, Germany, Ethiopia and the USA.
The Mozart was extremely well balanced and with exquisite phrasing … Shostakovich Symphony was an absolutely thrilling end of the concert.
Encuentro Internacional de Zarzuelaa, Jalisco, México. 14-18 April 2019
Conciertos, conferencias, clases magistrales, debates bajo la presidencia de Plácido Domingo
21,22 May 2019
Palacio das Artes, Sinfonica de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, BRASIL
SIBELIUS Symphony in CM nº 3 Op.52
BRAHMS Symphony in FM nº 3 Op.90
31 Mayo 2019
XXXI Festival de Úbeda, Spain
“LILITH, LUNA NEGRA”
DAVID DEL PUERTO, Estreno mundial, Festival de Úbeda, JAÉN,
Opera de cámara
G.Olafsdottir, R. González, D.Del Castillo, soloists
February 1, 3, 7 2020
I INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL “ALBORADA CLASICA”, SALOBREÑA AUDITORIUM, GRANADA
BACH, PÄRT, STRAVINSKY, VILLALOBOS, VIVALDI
ORQUESTA DE LA ACADEMIA GALAMIAN
Soloists to be announced
17,18,19 September 2020 “The Empty Hours” by Ricardo Llorca Opera
Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra, “Jauna muzika” Choir
Klaipeda Concert Hall, Lithuania
R.LLORCA “The empty hours”
Giorgio Sangati, Stage director
Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra
“Jauna Muzika” Choir
Viktoria Miskunaite, Soprano