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Bruno Ferrandis, Music Director and Conductor
Director/Leader: Bruno Ferrandis
Phone: (707) 546-8742
Home Venue:
Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, California  94928
The musical arts are alive and well in Santa Rosa. Few cities in America of comparable size support a regional symphony so vital, dynamic, and innovative. As the Santa Rosa Symphony gains a national reputation for stellar sound, bold excellence and community engagement, Sonoma County forges an identity as a place in love with classical music.

In 2006, Bruno Ferrandis began his tenure as music director and conductor of the Santa Rosa Symphony. Emotional fire, dynamic technique, masterful interpretations, humor, grace and charm only begin to describe this musical artist. He has twenty years of conducting experience with some of the world’s great opera companies, and the finest orchestras of Europe and Asia. Trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London as well as The Juilliard School, Ferrandis’ breadth of experience includes both standard and avant-garde repertoires, including ballet, musical theater and cinema accompanying music.

The 80 + musicians in the orchestra are professional members of Musician’s Union Local 292. Many play with other symphony orchestras, including Marin, Berkeley, Monterey, Modesto, Napa and the San Francisco Opera and Ballet.
 Recent Reviews
Soviets Invade Weill Hall, Take No Prisoners
by Steve Osborn
Sunday, May 07, 2017
Bruno Ferrandis may be French, but he excels in Soviet repertoire. His Slavonic expertise was more than amply demonstrated at the Santa Rosa Symphony’s May 7 concert, where the program began joyfully with Khachaturian’s ballet suite from “Masquerade,” surged forward with Prokofiev’s second violin co...
Santa Rosa Symphony Stays Close to Home
by Steve Osborn
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Santa Rosa Symphony concerts usually feature high-powered soloists imported from afar, but for their recent “Bring on the Strings” concert set, they stuck close to home, thrusting their principal violin, viola and cello into the limelight. The violinist (Joseph Edelberg) and the violist (Elizabeth P...

Archived Reviews

Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Alessio Bax, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Marie-Pierre Langlamet, harp
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Christopher Bengochea, tenor; Jenni Samuelson, soprano; Philip Skinner,
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Orion Weiss, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Jean Ferrandis, flute
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Gabriela Martinez, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor.. Zuill Bailey, cello; Bonnie Brooks, mezzo-soprano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Rachel Barton Pine, violin
Mei-Ann Chen. conductor. Caroline Goulding, violin
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Pedja Muzijevic, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Christina and Michelle Naughton, piano.
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Abigail Fischer, mezzo-soprano. Women's Chorus of the SRS Honor Choir,
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Olga Kern, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. JP Jofre, bandoneón
Michael Christie, conductor. Mark O'Connor, violin
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Augsburg Cathedral Boys Choir, Reinhard Kammler, director. Kindra Scha
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Christian Poltéra, cello
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Yevgeny Sudbin, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Jeffrey Kahane, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Jon Kimura Parker, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra. Paul Silverthorne, viola
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Philippe Bianconi, piano
Enrique Arturo Diemecke, conductor. Wu Man, pipa
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Santa Rosa Symphony Honor Choir. Jenni Samuleson, soprano: Christine Bra
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Maya Beiser, cello
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Tedi Papavrami, violin
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor; Olga Kern, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor; Zuill Bailey, cello
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor; Roy Zajac, clarinet
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor; Christina Major, soprano; Christopher Bengochea, tenor; Santa Rosa Symph
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor; Jean Philippe Collard, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Kronos Quartet
Corrick Brown and Bruno Ferrandis, conductors. Jeffrey Kahane, piano. Santa Rosa Symphony Honor Ch
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Jean Ferrandis, flute
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Eroica Trio
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Darby Hinshaw, horn
Jeffrey Kahane, conductor and piano.
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor. Karen Clift, soprano; Jubilant Sykes, baritone. Santa Rosa Symphony Ho
Sonoma Bach Choir, Robert Worth, conductor. Carol Menke and Jenny Samuelson, sopranos; Karen Clark,
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor; Tedi Papavrami, violin; Marie Plette, soprano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Jon Nakamatsu, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Christine Brandies, soprano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Santa Rosa Symphony Honor Choir
Cyndia Sieden, soprano
Valentina Lisitsa, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Dmitri Berlinsky, violin
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Ute Lemper, vocalist
Hudson Shad, male vocal quartet
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Berenika, piano
JoAnn Falletta, guest conductor
Michael Ludwig, violin
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Santa Rosa Symphony Honor Choir
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Guest soloist, Julie Albers, cello
Bruno Ferrandis conductor; Jeffrey Kahane, piano soloist, playing "Rach 3"
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Cecile Licad, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Gary Hoffman, cello
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Garrick Ohlsson, guest artist, piano
David Lockington, Guest Conductor; Carol Wincenc, Flute Soloist
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor; Kymry Esainko, piano soloist. SRS Honor Choir with vocal soloists Jenni
Santa Rosa Symphony, Sonoma County Bach Choir, conducted by Robert Worth. Soloists Carol Menke, Jenn
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Gilles Apap, violin
Bruno Ferrandis, conducting
Christopher O'Riley, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conductor
Ingrid Fliter, piano
Bruno Ferrandis, conducting
Joseph Edelberg, violin

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