CASTILLA Y LEÓN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Founded in 1991 by the Junta de Castilla y León, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León (OSCyL) has been permanently based at the Miguel Delibes Cultural Centre in Valladolid, Spain. Jesús López Cobos holds the position of emeritus conductor, while Eliahu Inbal is the principal guest conductor.
Over a period spanning more than 20 years, the OSCyL has performed hundreds of concerts with a long list of eminent conductors and soloists, and made many recordings for labels such as Deutsche Grammophon, BIS, Naxos, Tritó and Verso, among others.
It has also performed extensively abroad, touring Europe and America, including at leading venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York.
The orchestra is committed to numerous social and educational initiatives such as the ‘In Crescendo’ project, currently being carried out by the Miguel Delibes Cultural Centre. The OSCyL works with more than 70 schools and 70,000 schoolchildren. Initiatives include workshops and bespoke concerts for secondary schoolchildren, as well as other activities at centres for children with special needs.
|MENDELSSOHN, Felix: Violin Concerto in D Minor / Concerto for Violin and Piano (Ayo, Jimenez, Castilla y Leon Symphony, Bragado)
|PALOMO, L.: Arabescos / Caribiana / Humoresca (Costa, Clemente, Castilla y León Symphony, López-Cobos)
|Concerto, Orchestral, Concerto
|PALOMO, L.: Sinfonía Córdoba / Fulgores (García López, Valderrama, Riba, Aguirre, Castilla y León Symphony, López-Cobos)