After the successful premiere of his chamber opera The woman tigre in a new production of Teatro de la Maestranza and the Lope de Vega Theater, Manuel Busto returns to the capital of Seville next 22 July to direct The Traviata in Verdi in the David McVicar production, which has already been presented at the Scottish Opera in Glasgow, la Welsh National Opera de Cardiff, the Royal Theater in Madrid and the Liceu in Barcelona. Bust, who four years ago directed the famous title of Verdi's popular trilogy at the Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi in Trieste, will lead the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville (ROSS), the Maestranza Theater Choir, and a cast led by soprano Ashley Galvani Bell (Violetta), Antoni Bunk (Alfredo Germont) and Carlos Arambula (Giorgio Germont).
Among the upcoming commitments of the Sevillian conductor, it is worth highlighting his debut with the City of Granada Orchestra at the Manuel de Falla Auditorium, as well as important engagements abroad, such as his return to the Teatro Comunale di Bologna and The Bohemia by Puccini at the International Festival of Opera and Ballet “María Biesu” in Kishinev. further, as a composer he will be present in the season of the Fine Arts of Mexico with his works caged e Invocation bowling alley, commissioned by the National Ballet of Spain.
Manuel Busto has become one of the most sought-after conductors of his generation, with an extensive national and international curriculum in the field of opera and ballet, collaborating with outstanding orchestras such as the Taiwan National Symphony Orchestra, the Valencian Community Orchestra (OCV), The Musical Afternoons of Milan, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Barenboim-Said Academy Orchestra, the Orchestra and Choir of the Community of Madrid (BARREL), the Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra (ROSS), and performing in renowned theaters such as the Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofía in Valencia, the Teatro de la Zarzuela, the Teatro de la Maestranza, and the Giuseppe Verdi Theater in Trieste, el Teatro Comunale di Bologna or the Dutch National Opera de Ámsterdam, among others.