Ricardo Arzate González is an orchestra conductor and composer, born in Mexico and educated in Europe.
In 2011 he was awarded an International Scholarship to pursue Postgraduate Studies at the prestigious Milan Conservatory, Italy, where he studied Musical Composition and Orchestral Conducting.
Ricardo's musical prowess and accomplishments have been exhibited in numerous stage performances in Europe, some highlights being:
Orchestral Conducting at the famous Milan-Turin "MITO International Music Festival"
Orchestral Conducting of "I Pomeriggi Musicali" at "Sala Verdi" in Milan, "Teatro San Babila", and "La Sala Puccini"
Orchestral Conducting of the Hungarian National Orchestra for a televised performance in Budapest.
Debuting in the Opera world by Conducting "Don Pasquale" at the New State Theater in Turin
Consolidating his career by conducting Operas in the Theaters of Verbania, Asti, Biella and Vercelli in Northern Italy
Ricardo Arzate González