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“Daniel impressed with his clarity of technique, his energetic presence on the podium and his clarity of concept.

He is an intelligent and dedicated conductor, with a crisp and clear conducting technique and a strong work ethic."

Jesper Nordin, Artistic Director of the Aarhus Symfoniorkester

 

Born in Colombia and trained in Vienna, Daniel Rueda-Blanco enjoys an active life as conductor, pianist and arranger; working on a wide range of repertoire and having a special interest in modern and contemporary music. Recently Daniel served as the Assistant Conductor of the Aarhus Symfoniorkester (Denmark) for the 2022/23 Season, where he conducted several productions.

 

Daniel works regularly with orchestras in Europe, Asia and South America –most recently with the Medellín Philharmonic, the Staatstheater Mainz, the Stadttheater Gießen, the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Kammerorchester CON FUOCO. Among several international conducting awards, Daniel is Laureate of the X. International Conducting Competition Jeunesses Musicales Bucharest 2019. Daniel is since 2021 Conducting Fellow and Promoted Artist of the Forum Dirigieren des Deutschen Musikrats.

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Highlights

08.07.2023

Daniel Rueda-Blanco makes his conducting debut with the Medellín Philharmonic Orchestra (Colombia), featuring the Medellín Metropolitan Ballet and the choreography by Daniel González-Escobar in the concert "La Vida es un Ballet". Here some excerpts featuring Dvorak's "Othello" Overture and Tchaikovsky's "Sleeping Beauty".

Video Credits: Filarmed

06.04.2023

What is it like to have your entire career ahead of you - while at the same time conducting orchestras around the world? The Aarhus Symfoniorkester in an intimate conversation with it's assistant conductor for the 22/23 season Daniel Rueda-Blanco. Watch and hear Daniel talk about his close relationship with music and his life as a conductor.

Video Credits:  Aarhus Symfoniorkester

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