Born in Buenos Aires in 1991, Beltran Gonzalez is a young argentinean conductor and composer. His repertoire goes from Opera to Contemporary Music. He studied Piano in La Plata’s Conservatory and Orchestra Conducting in the National University of La Plata. Later he continued his education in Strasbourg’s Conservatory (France) and he is currently in the University of the Arts of Berlin, where he specializes in composition with Daniel Ott (Switzerland) and Orchestral Conducting with Harry Lyth (UK).
He studied with Luis Gorelik (Arg), Jorge Rotter (Arg/Austria) and Catherine Larse-Maguire (UK), and he has been selected to several workshops in Tucuman (arg), Paraná (arg), Mendoza (arg), Buenos Aires, La Plata, Sao Paolo (Brazil), Curitiba (Bra), Santiago (Chile), Strasbourg (France) and Berlin (Germany), where he received tutoring with Marin Alsop (USA), Jean-Philippe Wurtz (France), Jooyong Ahn (Korea), Facundo Agudín and Santiago Santero among others. In 2015 he received an scholarship from the Argentinean Mozarteum, to encourage his studies in conducting.
As a composer he had premiered his works in the cities of Bahia Blanca, La Plata, Santiago (Chile), Arequipa (Perú), Aarhus (Denmark) and Berlin. Between his projects for the 18/19 season there’s the production of his first Opera, “La cantatrice chauve”, concerts with the Mar del Plata Symphony Orchestra, and in Berlin.