Manuel Hernández Silva

Conductor

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“" Manuel Hernández-Silva has positioned the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra to an artistic level unconceivable short time ago."” LA OPINIÓN
“" The only presence of this conductor on stage electrifies the environment in such way that the musicians feel invaded by a vital energy shaped by an artistic sense of enormous musicality."” EL MUNDO

Biography

"Manuel Hernández-Silva has positioned the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra to an artistic level unconceivable short time ago." La Opinión

"The only presence of this conductor on stage electrifies the environment in such way that the musicians feel invaded by a vital energy shaped by an artistic sense of enormous musicality." El Mundo

He is currently the titular and artistic director of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Malaga and the Symphony Orchestra of Navarra, Spain.

He has conducted in several great international festivals, and he is a frequent guest of Spanish and foreign orchestras. He held the position of principal conductor of the Córdoba Orchestra and principal guest conductor of the Simón Bolívar Orchestra of Caracas, with which he worked intensively for over five years. He is currently chief conductor and artistic director of the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra.

He has worked with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Israel Symphony Orchestra, Prague Radio, Janacek Philharmonic, Nord Czech Philharmonic, Olomouc Philharmonic, Biel Symphony Orchestra, Mulhouse Symphony, Rheinische Philharmonie, Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra, Seoul Philharmonic, National of Mexico, Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra, Buenos Aires Philharmonic, Chile National Orchestra, Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, Caracas Symphony Orchestra, Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra, and all major orchestras in Spain. 

Maestro Hernández-Silva has undertaken an intense teaching activity, offering courses in conducting worldwide while leading the orchestras where he travels to teach. 

The representation of Manuel Hernández Silva is in collaboration with Carlos Magán of ACM in Spain. 


September 2019


  • Manuel Hernández Silva