Ricardo Arzate González
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 accomplishment has been confirmed in numerous stage performances in Europe and Japan, some highlights been:
- Conducting at the famous Milan-Turin "MITO International Music Festival"
- Orchestral Conducting of "I Pomeriggi Musicali" at the "Sala Verdi" concert hall in Milan, the "Teatro San Babila" and "La Sala Puccini"
- In 2018 the Hungarian National Orchestra for a televised performance in Budapest.
- Debuting in the world of opera by Conducting "Don Pasquale" at the new state theater in Turin.
- Continuing his career by conducting Operas in the Theaters of Verbania, Asti, Biella and Vercelli in Northern Italy.
In Japan he has conducted at the Hyogo Performing Arts Center KOBELCO Hall, DMG MORI YAMATO KORIYAMAJO HALL, and the Aichi Prefectural Arts Theater.
In 2022, he won the competition of the Sadao Yamada Special Selection Music Award, and was appointed as Associate Conductor of the Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra from 2023.
In 2023 he worked in nationally co-produced operas as assistant conductor to Maestro Asher Fisch in the Tokyo Metropolitan Opera Theater.