Between June 20 and 23, José Francisco Sánchez will offer three concerts in Hungary and Austria, with works by composers such as Beethoven, Bizet or Verdi

The Spanish director José Francisco Sánchez will travel this June to Hungary. There he will lead the Szolnok Symphony Orchestra, addressing a diverse and complex repertoire. It will include, among others, Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 and Mendelssohn's Concerto for Violin and Orchestra.

The program will be completed by various lyrical works. First, the Song of the Toreador from Bizet's opera Carmen will be played. Next, it will be the turn of 'Di provenza il mar il suol' from La Traviata by Verdi and 'Cortigiani vil razza dannata' from the opera Rigoletto by the same composer. The concert will end with the 'Largo al factotum' from Rossini's The Barber of Seville.


The first concert will take place on Monday, June 20, at the Aba-Novák Agora Cultural Center in the city of Szolnok. The next day he will repeat the performance in the prestigious Haydn Hall of the Esterhazy Palace in Eisendstadt (Austria). Then, on the 23rd of the same month, it will be time for the Liszt Hall in Budapest, again in Hungary.

About José Francisco Sánchez

The conductor, composer and oboist José Francisco Sánchez has a great experience conducting different repertoires. On stage, he demonstrates a great sensitivity, strength and charisma, contributing his special feeling, and way of understanding and transmitting music. He has performed in numerous auditoriums, garnering excellent reviews.

He began his musical studies at the Unión Musical Torrevejense, with maestro F. Casanovas . He then continued his oboe training at the Conservatory of Murcia, obtaining the best rankings. He also holds a degree in conducting from the Royal School of Music in London.

In his professional career as a conductor he has performed at the head of numerous orchestras in the country. In addition, he has collaborated with soloists such as Montserrat Caballé. For twelve years, he has been principal conductor of the Torrevieja Symphony Orchestra, with which he offers the public an extraordinary program, filling the International Auditorium concert after concert.

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