Born in Málaga in 1986, the young Spanish conductor Salvador Vázquez has established himself as one of the most vibrant and charismatic artists of the new generation of conductors in Spain, with a special enthusiasm for the opera. The specialized press said:
“The baton of Salvador Vázquez, full of agility, brilliance and romanticism (as this work requires) was able to command with great complicity an OFM full of expressiveness, color, timbre and perfect sound filling..."
“Salvador Vázquez confirms the achievements of his young career, which is calling for higher artistic commitments”.
"The orchestral work (...) was placed in the terms of an absolute reference version not only for the special inspiration of the musicians (...) but also for that unique moment that is to witness the artistic maturity of a musician as complete on the podium as is the master Salvador Vázquez."
(LA OPINIÓN. Magazine)
Award-winning musician, in 2015 he won the “Ciudad de Malaga” Award, for his outstanding musical achievements, and in 2016 he was awarded First Prize at the Cordoba International Conducting Competition. He was finalist at the 56th Besançon Competition, chosen out of 270 candidates from around the world.
He has conducted orchestras such as Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León, Orquesta Sinfónica de RTVE, Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla, Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga, Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra, Filarmonica Nationala Serguei Lunchevichi (Moldavia), Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife, Orquesta de Extremadura, Orquesta de Córdoba, Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, Orquesta Sinfónica de la Región de Murcia or the Orquestra Sinfônica de Porto Alegre (Brasil).
He was chief conductor of the Coro de Ópera de Málaga (2012-2021), and artistic director of the Joven Orquesta Barroca de Amdalucía (JOBA). Salvador has also been assistant conductor of the Academy Orchestra of the Barenboim-Said Foundation, Orquesta Joven de Extremadura and Orquesta de Extremadura.
He was assistant conductor of maestros Pablo González, Anu Tali, Domingo Hindoyan, Manuel Hernandez-Silva, Jordi Bernàcer… He has also collaborated with outstanding conductors and soloists, such as Miguel Romea, Miquel Ortega, Martín-Jaime, Octav Calleya, Jorma Panula, Carlos Aransay, Sandra Ferrández, Channa Malkin, Nancy Fabiola Herrera, Raquel Lojendio, Conrado Moya, Rubén Amoretti, Vadym Kholodenko, Damián del Castillo, Mariola Cantarero, Marina Pardo, Beatriz Díaz, Luis Cansino, Juan Antonio Sanabria, Ismael Jordi, José Antonio López, Berna Perles, Carol García, Lidia Vinyes, Joan Martín Royo, Juan Sancho, etc.