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Monday 14 October, 2019

Robert Trevino Signs to Ondine for Multi-Year Recording Deal

He will record with both orchestras he leads and first releases include Beethoven symphonies cycle with Malmö Symfoniorkester, and little-known American works with the Basque National Orchestra.

Tuesday 10 September, 2019

‘Audiovisual pleasure’ at the Velodrome on 21 September

The Basque National Orchestra, the SGAE Foundation and the San Sebastian Festival are pleased to present the film music concert that the Basque National Orchestra is offering for the 67th Festival. 

Monday 08 April, 2019

Season 19/20: A journey into the unknown

Robert Treviño brings new ideas and projects to his third season as director, adopting a long-term musical outlook and working on the artistic improvement of the orchestra. He will again direct six concert programmes and put the orchestra on the stage of the emblematic Théâtre Champs-Elysées in Paris. 

Tuesday 29 January, 2019

Five scores for a trip round the world

The Basque National Orchestra presents the Mundubira Musika Bidelagun Project, its way of commemorating the 500th anniversary of the first trip round the world—a trip in which the Basque national, Juan Sebastián Elkano, played a crucial role.

Five works have been commissioned to five Basque composers, who have been tasked with putting music to the different stretches of the journey and, together, their compositions will reflect the voyage as a whole.

This is a project that bears the seal and the efforts of Robert Treviño, aims to support Basque culture and music, and is the result of months of work.

Wednesday 09 January, 2019

'The Bride Wore Black', the Basque National Orchestra’s and Fernando Velázquez’s new recording

The score for Truffaut’s film, written by Bernard Herrmann, has recently celebrated its fiftieth anniversary.

Monday 10 December, 2018

The end of an exciting tour through Central Europe, with long rounds of applause in Bregenz

Robert Treviño: “I’m very proud of the orchestra and of this tour. We’ve given high quality performances which show that we’re in a very important place artistically.”