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Born in Sanlúcar de Barrameda in Cádiz (1974), Juan García Rodríguez graduated in piano from the Conservatorio Superior de Música in Seville, after which he continued his training at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg on a scholarship from the Regional Government of Andalusia. There, with Peter Lang and Karl Wagner, he furthered his piano studies, studying harpsichord with Elisabeth Chojnacka. He also graduated with maximum honours in Composition (Reinhard Febel), Choral Conducting (Karl Kamper) and Orchestral Conducting (Dennis Russell Davies and Jorge Rotter), receiving the degree of Magister Artium. He has worked with the Orchestra of the Mozarteum University, Brucknerorchester-Linz, Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg, the Paris Opéra Orchestra, the AEO Barenboim-Said Orchestra, the Presjovem Orchestra, the Vienna Tonkünstler Ensemble, the Acrobat Ensemble and others. Conductor and founder of the Zahir Ensemble and Musical Director of the Salzburg Taschenopern Festival, he was appointed Assistant Conductor at the National Opéra in Paris (Bastille) in 2008.

Role: Conductor 
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