Manuel Hernández-Silva conducts two programs within the symphonic season of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra at the Teatro Colón, including the opening concert. In this first subscription concert, which will take place on Saturday, March 25, 2023, he will conduct a monograph on Johannes Brahms including the Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77, with Frank Peter Zimmerman, and the Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68. On July 1, 2023 he will conduct his second program at the eighth subscription concert, with the Sinfonia concertante for violin, viola and orchestra in E Flat Major, K. 364/320d by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Diarios VI by Gerardo Gandini, and Redes, by Silvestre Revueltas.

Before his first visit to Buenos Aires, he will make his debut with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre National du Pays de la Loire and the Norwegian Arctic Philharmonic, and in between visits to Buenos Aires he will also maje his debut with the Galicia Symphony Orchestra, also in a double stay as he will dedicate a week to the Youth Orchestra and another to the professional orchestra, where he will conduct the World premiere of Altar de Bronce, the new concert for Pacho Flores by the Mexican composer Gabriela Ortiz, a shared commission between the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the New World Symphony and San Diego Symphony Orchestra.

Hernández-Silva regresa al Teatro Colón con la Filarmónica de Buenos Aires

© Prensa Teatro Colon / Arnaldo Colombaroli

After this engagement in Galicia, Hernández-Silva will return to the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia where, again in a period of two weeks, he will conduct two programs, the second of which including the American premiere of Concierto del Mar for Venezuelan Cuatro and orchestra, by Leo Rondón, with the composer himself as soloist. After his second concert in Buenos Aires, he will travel to Santiago to lead the Chilean National Symphony and will close the season at the Cesky Krumlov Festival leading the Prague Philharmonic and soloists Beatriz Díaz, soprano, Pablo García López, tenor, and Rafael Aguirre, guitar in a Spanish program, similar to the one he conducted last season with the São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra.