Tuesday 19 May, 2020

The Basque National Orchestra strikes up on stage for an eight-concert mini season

Unable to perform in the same space as its audience at this time, the Basque National Orchestra will broadcast to the public via TV and social networks. 

It is the first orchestra in Spain – and one of the few in Europe – to return to the stage, and it will do so under the baton of its chief conductor, Robert Trevino.


Wednesday 25 March, 2020


The Basque National Orchestra joins the call to stay at home for the duration of the health emergency that plagues our country and makes its own small contribution during this period of confinement in the form of a variety of multimedia content.

Tuesday 10 March, 2020

The Basque National Orchestra shines at its début in Istanbul

The concert offered yesterday in Istanbul by the Orchestra was a success not only because of the audience's enthusiastic reception, but also because the Orchestra's musicians delivered a solid performance in the face of several setbacks. Due to a long delay in receiving their instruments, the musicians had to perform the first part of the programme with loaned instruments, only using their own for the second part.

Sunday 08 March, 2020

Istanbul: second international destination of the Basque National Orchestra in 2020

On 25 January, the Basque National Orchestra premiered at the Thêatre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, and this Monday it will do the same in Istanbul, making this the second of its international premieres in 2020. The event will take place on Monday 9 March at the Cemal Reşit Rey (CRR) Concert Hall in Istanbul.

Tuesday 11 February, 2020

The Basque National Orchestra records the soundtrack of ‘Patria’ conducted by Fernando Velázquez

The series created by Aitor Gabilondo, based on the bestselling novel written by Fernando Aramburu and published in Spain by Tusquets Editores, will premiere on HBO Spain in May.

Monday 27 January, 2020

Thrilling premiere of the Basque National Orchestra at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris

Yesterday, the orchestra added a performance on one of the most emblematic stages of contemporary culture to its extensive international track record and did so with great confidence. The brilliant performance was rewarded with loud and sustained applause and the entire orchestra, under the baton of Robert Treviño, was congratulated for the “powerful sound and musical quality”.