José manuel Rosa

José manuel Rosa

Conductor

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«˗ "José Manuel Rosa is both a conductor and a composer who translates his great sensitivity and imagination through a wide repertoire combining different artistic expressions. His rich personal journey expresses his analytical mind and his aesthetic choices through which it communicates the artistic value which is brilliant".»
Arthur Thomassin, Director of Paris Conservatory. E-mail: art@sfr.fr (2016)
«˗ "José Manuel Rosa is a great orchestral conductor. With the largest professional technical and musical knowledge, besides his absolute artistic sensibility, he achieves to bring out the best from the musicians he is directing".»
Rosario Cardettino, Maître de Ballet at ‘Teatro alla Scala’ of Milan. E-mail rosariocardettino@yahoo.it (2016)
«˗ "I recommend José Manuel Rosa as a wonderful conductor who specialized in opera and ballet to great acclaim. Ballets he has conducted include one with Angel Corella, the first dancer of the ‘American Ballet Theater’ (the Ballet of the Metropolitan Opera House, New York), being ‘Bénois Award of the Dance’ (the equivalent to Oscars Awards in movies)".»
Annabella Gonzalez, Ballerina, Founder & Director of Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater, NewYork. E-mail: agdt@mindspring.com (2016)

Bio

José Manuel Rosa’s career is atypical: firstly he was a prestigious lawyer and then a conductor with an extensive repertoire in Opera, Ballet, Sacred Music and Symphonic Music. He was born in Malaga (Spain), began studying piano and organ and then studied Laws, being selected among thousands of candidates around the world to fill the most important legal positions in the world with Ambassador’s rank, such as: Registrar of the European Court of Human Rights, Head of the Diplomatic Information Office of the International Court of Justice and Judge of the International Criminal Court. But after this one, José Manuel Rosa has also conducted many important orchestras in the five continents at the best concert halls and the national opera theatres in Europe and America.

José Manuel Rosa is also a composer: (‘Primera Carta de San Pedro’ and ‘Salve Regina’ are two of his works), classified in the style known as ‘Holy Minimalism’, in the same tradition as Arvo Pärt and Sir John Tavener, both very rare cases of successful living composers.

Maestro Rosa speaks fluent Spanish, English and French. He lives in Spain but he works worldwide, always as a guest conductor.






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"José Manuel Rosa is both a conductor and a composer who translates his great sensitivity and imagination through a wide repertoire combining different artistic expressions. His rich personal journey expresses his analytical mind and his aesthetic choices through which it communicates the artistic value which is brilliant". Arthur Thomassin, Director of Paris Conservatory. E-mail: art@sfr.fr



"José Manuel Rosa is a great orchestral conductor. With the largest professional technical and musical knowledge, besides his absolute artistic sensibility, he achieves to bring out the best from the musicians he is directing". Rosario Cardettino, Maître de Ballet at ‘Teatro alla Scala’ of Milan. E-mail: rosariocardettino@yahoo.it

    
"José Manuel Rosa is a great conductor: he has a very remarkable musicality and a very precise sense of rhythm". Simone Fermani, Conductor, and Professor of Conducting at Conservatory of Music "Giuseppe Verdi" Milan (Italy). E-mail simone@simonefermani.it

      
"José Manuel Rosa is passionate, enthusiastic and demanding. All the qualities to make him a good conductor and musician". Alexandra Matloka, Soprano in the Agence Artistique Thérèse Cédelle (Paris). E-mail: almatloka@gmail.com

    
"I recommend José Manuel Rosa as a wonderful conductor who specialized in opera and ballet to great acclaim. Ballets he has conducted include one with Angel Corella, the first dancer of the ‘American Ballet Theater’ (the Ballet of the Metropolitan Opera House, New York), being ‘Bénois Award of the Dance’ (the equivalent to Oscars Awards in movies)". Annabella Gonzalez, Ballerina, Founder & Director of Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater, NewYork. E-mail: agdt@mindspring.com






REPERTOIRE

(In alphabetical order)




BALLETS
ADAM – Giselle
ADAM – La Filleule des Fees
ADAM – Le Corsaire
CHOPIN – La Dame aux Camelias
DELIBES – Coppelia
MENDELSSOHN – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
MINKUS – Don Quixote
MINKUS – La Bayadere
PROKOFIEV – Cinderella
PROKOFIEV – Romeo & Juliet
PUGNI – La Esmeralda
PUGNI – The Pharaoh’s Daughter
TCHAIKOVSKY – Sleeping Beauty
TCHAIKOVSKY – Swan Lake
TCHAIKOVSKY – The Nutcracker



GUITAR CONCERTS
BACARISSE – Concertino for guitar and orchestra in A minor, Op. 6
CARULLI – Guitar Concerto in A Major, Op. 8
CARULLI – Guitar Concerto in E minor, Op. 140
CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO – Guitar Concerto No. 1
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GIULIANI – Guitar Concerto No. 1
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GIULIANI – Guitar Concerto No. 2
GIULIANI – Guitar Concerto No. 3
RODRIGO – Concierto Andaluz for four guitars and orchestra
RODRIGO – Concierto de Aranjuez
RODRIGO – Concierto Madrigal for two guitars and orchestra
RODRIGO – Fantasía para un Gentilhombre



OPERA
BARTOK – Bluebeard's Castle
BEETHOVEN – Fidelio
BELLINI – Norma
BIZET – Carmen
BRITTEN – Peter Grimes
DONIZETTI – Don Pasquale
DONIZETTI – L’Elisir d’Amore
DONIZETTI – Lucia di Lammermoor
GERSHWIN – Porgy and Bess
GOUNOD – Fausto
LEONCAVALLO – Pagliacci
MASCAGNI – Cavalleria rusticana
MOZART – Cosi fan tutte
MOZART – Don Giovanni
MOZART – The abduction from the seraglio
MOZART – The magic flute
MOZART – The marriage of Figaro
MUSORGSKI – Boris Godunov
OFFENBACH – The tales of Hoffmann
PUCCINI – Gianni Schicchi
PUCCINI – La bohème
PUCCINI – Madame Butterfly
PUCCINI – Tosca
PUCCINI – Turandot
ROSSINI – The barber of Seville
STRAUSS – Ariadne auf Naxos
STRAUSS – Der Rosenkavalier
STRAUSS – Die Fledermaus
STRAUSS – Elektra
STRAUSS – Salome
TCHAIKOVSKY – Eugene Onegin
VERDI – Aida
VERDI – Falstaff
VERDI – Il trovatore
VERDI – La forza del destino
VERDI – La traviata
VERDI – Otello
VERDI – Rigoletto
VERDI – Un ballo in maschera
WAGNER – Das Rheingold
WAGNER – Der fliegende Holländer
WAGNER – Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
WAGNER – Die Walküre
WAGNER – Götterdämmerung
WAGNER – Lohengrin
WAGNER – Parsifal
WAGNER – Siegfried
WAGNER – Tannhaüser
WAGNER – Tristan und Isolde
WEBER – Der Freischütz



PIANO CONCERTS
BEETHOVEN – Piano Concerto No. 3
BEETHOVEN – Piano Concerto No. 4
BEETHOVEN – Piano Concerto No. 5
BRAHMS – Piano Concerto No. 1
BRAHMS – Piano Concerto No. 2
CHOPIN – Piano Concerto No. 1
CHOPIN – Piano Concerto No. 2
FALLA – Nights in the Gardens of Spain
GRIEG – Piano Concerto
MENDELSSOHN – Piano Concerto No. 1
MENDELSSOHN – Piano Concerto No. 2
MOZART – Piano Concerto No. 20
MOZART – Piano Concerto No. 21
MOZART – Piano Concerto No. 23
MOZART – Piano Concerto No. 24
MOZART – Piano Concerto No. 27
RACHMANINOV – Piano Concerto No. 2
RACHMANINOV – Piano Concerto No. 3
RAVEL – Piano Concerto for the left hand
SAINT-SAENS – Piano Concerto No. 2
SCHUMANN – Piano Concerto in A minor
TCHAIKOVSKY – Piano Concerto No. 1



SACRED MUSIC (orchestra and choir)
BACH – Ascension Oratorio
BACH – Easter Oratorio
BACH – Magnificat
BACH – Mass in B Minor
BACH – St. John Passion
BACH – St. Matthew Passion
BEETHOVEN – Missa Solemnis
BERLIOZ – Requiem
BRAHMS – Requiem
DVORAK – Requiem
DVORAK – Stabat Mater
FAURE – Requiem
HANDEL – Messiah
HAYDN – Mass in Time of War
HAYDN – The Creation
LISZT – Christus
LISZT – The Legend of St. Elisabeth
MENDELSSOHN – Elijah
MONTEVERDI – Vespers for the Blessed Virgin
MOZART – Coronation Mass
MOZART – Requiem
PERGOLESI – Stabat Mater
PUCCINI – Messa di Gloria
ROSSINI – Petite Messe Solennelle
ROSSINI – Stabat Mater
SAINT SAENS – Oratorio de Noël
SCHUBERT – German Mass, D 872
SCHUBERT – Mass No. 1
SCHUBERT – Mass No. 2
SCHUBERT – Mass No. 3
SCHUBERT – Mass No. 4
SCHUBERT – Mass No. 5
SCHUBERT – Mass No. 6
VERDI – Requiem



SYMPHONIES
MAHLER – Symphony No. 1
MAHLER – Symphony No. 2
MAHLER – Symphony No. 3
MAHLER – Symphony No. 4
MAHLER – Symphony No. 5
MAHLER – Symphony No. 6
MAHLER – Symphony No. 7
MAHLER – Symphony No. 8
MAHLER – Symphony No. 9
MAHLER – Symphony No.10
MENDELSSOHN – Symphony No. 1
MENDELSSOHN – Symphony No. 2
MENDELSSOHN – Symphony No. 3
MENDELSSOHN – Symphony No. 4
MENDELSSOHN – Symphony No. 5
RACHMANINOV – Symphony No. 1
RACHMANINOV – Symphony No. 2
RACHMANINOV – Symphony No. 3
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 1
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 2
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 3
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 4
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 5
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 6
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 7
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 8
SCHUBERT – Symphony No. 9
SIBELIUS – Symphony No. 1
SIBELIUS – Symphony No. 2
SIBELIUS – Symphony No. 3
SIBELIUS – Symphony No. 4
SIBELIUS – Symphony No. 5
SIBELIUS – Symphony No. 6
SIBELIUS – Symphony No. 7
TCHAIKOVSKY – Symphony No. 1
TCHAIKOVSKY – Symphony No. 2
TCHAIKOVSKY – Symphony No. 3
TCHAIKOVSKY – Symphony No. 4
TCHAIKOVSKY – Symphony No. 5
TCHAIKOVSKY – Symphony No. 6



VIOLIN CONCERTS
BARBER – Violin Concerto<
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