Castile and León Symphony Orchestra

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The Castile and León Symphony Orchestra (Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, OSCyL for ahort) is a Spanish symphony orchestra from Valladolid created in 1991 following the disappearance of the Orquesta Ciudad de Valladolid. It is based in the Auditorio Miguel Delibes. Following the departure of Lionel Bringuier in 2012,[1] it currently doesn't have a principal conductor. Jesús López Cobos and Vasily Petrenko serve as principal guest conductors.[2]

Principal conductors[edit]

Tenance Conductor
1991–2002 Spain Max Bragado
2002–2009 Colombia Alejandro Posada
2009–2012 France Lionel Bringuier

2011–12 staff[edit]

  • Violins I: Wioletta Zabek (CM), Krzysztof Wisniewski (S), Elizabeth Moore (SA), Cristina Alecu, Irene Ferrer, Irina Filimon, Pawel Hutnik, Vladimir Ljubimov, Eduard Marashi, Renata Michalek, Daniela Moraru, Dorel Murgu, Monika Pisczelok, Nikos Pittas, Piotr Witkowski.
  • Violins II: Jennifer Moreau (S), Jordi Moreno (S), Benjamin Payen (SA), Rosario Agüera, Malgorzata Baczewska, Csilla Biro, Anneleen van den Broeck, Julián Gil, Hugo Ladoire, Iuliana Murgu, Blanca Sanchís, Gregory Steyer, Joanna Zagrodzka.
  • Violas: Nestor Pou (S), Marc Charpentier (SA), Michal Ferens, Ciprian Filimon, Harold Hill, Doru Jijian, Julian Samuel, âula Santos, Luis Thau, Jokin Urtasun
  • Cello: Marius Díaz (S), Aldo Mata (SA), Montserrat Aldomá, Mary Helen Blossom, Etienne Cardoze, Pilar Cerveró, Jordi Creus, Marie Delbousquet, Frederik Friessen, Carlos Navarro
  • Double basses: Miroslaw Kasperek (S), Joaquín Clemente (SA), Nigel Benson, Federico Esteve, Juan Carlos Fernández, Emad Khan, Nebojsa Slavic

  • Flutes: Dianne Winsor (S), Pablo Sagredo (SA), José Lanuza (p)
  • Oboes: Sebastián Gimeno (S), Jorge Andrés Pinzón (SA), Juan Manuel Urbán (eh)
  • Clarinets: Isaac Rodríguez (S), Laura Tárrage (SA), Vicente Perpiñá (bc)
  • Bassoons: Salvador Alberola (S), Igor Melero (SA), Fernando Arminio (cb)

  • Horns: José Miguel Asensi (S), Carlos Balaguer (SA), Emilio Climent, José Manuel González
  • Trumpets: Roberto Bodí (S), Emilio Ramada (SA), Miguel Oller
  • Trombones: Philippe Stefani (S), Robert Blossom (SA), Sean Engel (bt)
  • Tuba: José M. Redondo (S)

  • Timpani: Juan A. Martín (S)
  • Percussion: Ricardo López (S), Tomás Martín (SA), Ricardo Moreno
  • Harp: Marianne ten Vorde (S)

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