Miguel Harth-Bedoya continues to Rocket to Stardom on the Podium

Miguel Harth-Bedoya has been conducting the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for nine seasons. According to Scott Cantrell of the Dallas Morning News, "Miguel Harth-Bedoya has turned the FWSO into an ensemble worthy of comparison with its Dallas counterpart." In Scott's review of the latest Beethoven concert he offered high praise for the young conductor through the performances of Eroica Symphony, "Inner voices were nicely brought out, without making a fuss over them. The Funeral March was riveting, the scherzo exhilarating.

Miguel Harth-Bedoya is a conductor to watch. He is contucting Bolero with the Los Angeles Philharmonic on September 1st and 3rd at the Hollywood Bowl, and in Denver with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra October 2nd, 3rd and 4th at Boettcher Concert Hall to conduct Jimmy López fantastic new piece Fiesta!. He then travels out to the Netherlands with the Hague Philharmonic later in October. If you get the chance, catch him in action!

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