Die Welt - 20 April 2013
The Spanish conductor eats French entrecote and reveals that he will soon be singing himself. Read the Die Welt feature by Manuel Brug here.
The New York Times - 2 August 2012
When studying music, few young conductors begin at the beginning. The Gustavo Dudamels of the world cut their teeth on a 200-year orchestral canon, starting with Mozart and ending with Shostakovich. Rarely does a conductor with an eye on a mainstream...
Neue Klänge - Lucerne Festival - 2 July 2012
Pablo Heras-Casado in conversation with Dominik Deuber
Crain's New York Business, 2012 - 5 April 2012
At just 17 years old, Pablo Heras-Casado knew he wanted to become a conductor. But instead of spending years studying, he founded his own ensemble, followed by others. For the next decade, the young entrepreneur handled everything for his amateur groups,...
Sebastian Spreng, Knight Arts Org/Miami Clasica - 17 January 2012
His name is Pablo Heras-Casado (34, Granada, Spain) and, like Wagner`s Flying Dutchman, wherever he arrives he unleashes a musical tsunami. Next Saturday Jan. 14, the New World Symphony will present this undoubtedly new star...
Jonathan Blitzer, Wall Street Journal - 19 December 2011
Even outside of a concert hall, Pablo Heras-Casado's movements look like those of a conductor. There is an assured lilt to his gait, a searching quality to his gaze.
Success has come early to the...