Vicent Pelechano



Pelechano is an international Spanish choir and orchestra conductor.  He has led prominent orchestras such as the Moscow State String Orchestra, Lithuania Symphony Orchestra, Budapest Symphony Orchestra, Berliner Symphoniker Strings Orchestra, and St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra. He has conducted in Spain, France, Italy, Hungary, Lithuania, Russia, and Germany. In addition, Pelechano has been invited by the Academy, the Philarmonisches Kammerorchester in Berlin, the Liszt Academy in Weimar, the European Conducting Academy in Italy, and the Berklee College of Music in Valencia, Spain. Perhaps his most prestigious esteemed conducting awards was by winning the First Prize at the V International Conducting Competition “Maestro José Ferriz" and the Best Director in concert with the St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra during the 2013-2014 season.


He is scheduled to conduct in Palau de la Música in Valencia, Auditorium de Catalunya, Teatro Regio in Almansa, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, Teatro Mancinelli in Orvieto, Opera Verona in Italy, the University of Santa Cruz do Sul in Brazil, and in the United States, his conducting debut with the Walnut Valley Symphony Orchestra in Los Angeles.


He recently completed two university research works on “Hansel and Gretel: Possible Wagnerian Influences in Humperdinck Musical Language” and the “Psychology and Mental Capacity in the Conductor” (to be published).


Pelechano served as Principal Conductor of the Menorca Philharmonic Orchestra and presently leads as Principal Conductor of the Almansa Symphony Wind Orchestra.




... One of the Spanish young orchestra conductors more promising, with a great capacity to transmit energy and vitality to the orchestra and the audience ...  

            - Menorca’s Journal


... It's the first time a conductor stands up to all Teatro Regio during ten ovations minutes: Spectacular ...

           - TV Almansa