Nové Deypalan

Conductor • Composer • Music Director

Born: Victorias, Negros Occidental, Philippines


Residence:  Los Angeles & New York City


Education:  DMA, Orchestral Conducting, University of South Carolina

                       MM, Choral Music, University of Southern California

                       BM, Conducting Performance, Chapman Univesity


Highlights: Conducting Debut at Carnegie Hall for the world premiere, Fang Man’s                                             “Dream of a Hundred Flowers” in 2012.


                       - two-time winner of the International Conductors Workshop      

                                     and Competition in 2012 and 2013.


                       - Recipient of the Bruno Walter Foundation Conducting  

                                    Scholarship in the 2010 Cabrillo Conducting Workshop.


                      - led his ensembles in repeat performances at Carnegie Hall and at the        

                                    Vatican for Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI.


                     - conducted the world premiere of his original composition, "Libera Me" for                                        solo baritone, chorus and orchestra at Pasadena City College.


Review:    “fearless performance . . . first class music-making.” Columbia FreeTimes