Ramón Tebar Ramón Tebar
“Conductor with Verve and Impetus.”
“Flexible, energetic and dynamic.”
RITMO“Tebar once again demonstrated the material from which good directors are made.”
“Tebar once again demonstrated the material from which good directors are made.”
“Ramón is the type of talent we need today!”


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Ramón Tebar, orchestra conductor and pianist, Artistic and Music director of international symphony orchestras as well as opera companies and Founder and Director of music festivals. Driven by the belief that music is as important to educate the future generations as to save their lives, he has founded musical programs and academies for young artists as well as collaborating with charity foundations which cure children diseases.

Tebar started in music in the most natural way. Always in close contact with artists such as Montserrat Caballé, Renata Scotto, Philippe Entremont,...he was soon appointed Assistant Conductor of the Spanish Youth National Orchestra (JONDE). He then moved to United States, and Tebar has held positions with Palm Beach Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Spoleto Festival (Italy), Florida Grand Opera (Miami), Palm Beach Symphony, Valencia Symphony, Opera Naples and Naples Festival, Columbus Foundation, Santo Domingo International Music Festival, Palau de Les Arts,...

You can watch him around the world, either in opera houses in Vienna, Berlin, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Göteborg, Buenos Aires, Turin, Parma, Cincinnati, Miami, Barcelona,...or with symphony orchestras in London, Munich, Copenhagen, Seoul, Madrid, Amsterdam, Baden-Baden, Cincinnati, Calgary, Saint Petersburg, Moscow,...



Mahler 2, Orquestra Valencia, Ramón Tebar ( Director) Javier Eguillor and Lluis Osca, Timpani


Ramon Tebar Named Principal Guest Conductor of Spain's Renowned Plau de les Arts Reina Sofia

“Valencia-born conductor Ramon Tebar was named Principal Guest Conductor of Spain's Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia in a triple-post announcement about the leadership and direction of the renowned international house. Tebar joins celebrated Italian conductors Roberto Abbado and Fabio Biondi , who have been named co-Music Directors, of the new leadership. The posts begin this coming 2015- 16 season ...”

Broadway World by Tyler Peterson

U.S. entry takes more than credentials for Naples conductor; how about a magic wand?

“Magicians pull a wand from their jackets to produce hat tricks. Ramón Tebar pulled a baton from his suitcase to produce proof for U.S. customs agents that he should be allowed into this country. "I guess he thought, oh, the guy must be in charge of something, and he let me in," Tebar said, reliving the shock of it. He admitted he was panicked when he did it. "I thought when you got on the plane you were safe!" ...”

Naples Daily News