At just 28 years of age, this young Spanish conductor is quickly gaining recognition for his passionate and in depth approach to music, having already conducted in Europe, America and Asia. Pablo Urbina has worked with musicians such as Bernard Haitink, John Wilson, Vladimir Jurowski, Midori Goto, Juan Diego Florez, Cecilia Bartoli, Randy Newman, Pablo Mielgo, Martin André and John Williams to name a few, and has conducted orchestras including the Malaga Philharmonic (Spain), National Youth Orchestra of Portugal, Savaria Symphony Orchestra (Hungary), Farnborough Symphony, ESF Orchestra (Hong Kong) and the Royal College of Music Film Orchestra (which he co-founded), and has worked in venues including the Royal Albert
Hall, Royal Festival Hall and Walt Disney Hall. He is currently the Music director of the London City Orchestra, and maintains a busy diary working in projects ranging from recording sessions to multimedia and cross-genre projects. Urbina is also very passionate about opera, having worked with Navarra Symphony Orchestra and Baluarte Opera Foundation (Spain), Harmonia Orchestra (in concert with members of the Vienna Philharmonic) and Chamber Opera of Navarra (Spain). With this last one he gave the world premiere in Spanish of Karl Jenkins´ “Eloise”. Urbina has also participated in master classes with renowned conductors such as Colin Metters, Wilson
Hermanto and Howard Williams.