Spanish conductor Pablo Devigo has been repeatedly praised for his strong commitment and passion on the podium. Bernard Haitink described Pablo Devigo’s conducting at the 2017 Lucerne Easter Music Festival as “really serious work, getting things [done], and very well prepared. It’s a pleasure!”
Some of his most recent engagements include assisting maestro Paul Daniel and the Royal Philharmonic of Galicia (Santiago de Compostela, Spain) for the world premiere of Fernando Buide’s first opera, A Amnesia de Clío. During the 2019-2020 season, Pablo served as the Conducting Fellow at the Carmel Symphony Orchestra (IN, USA). In 2020 Pablo will be making his Spanish debut with the Royal Philharmonic of Galicia.
Pablo has been fortunate to work closely with maestros such as Bernard Haitink, David Zinman, Dima Slovodeniouk, Robert Spano, Giancarlo Guerrero, Jorma Panula, and Larry Rachleff.
A native of Castro Caldelas, Spain, Devigo has had a wide interdisciplinary musical training. He is a graduate in both composition and conducting from Spain’s Conservatorio Superior de Música del Principado de Asturias. Pablo was recognized in 2015 with a Fulbright Scholarship to continue his conducting studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music. In 2018 he was the recipient of the Helen F. Whitaker Fellowship at the Aspen Music Festival. Pablo is currently pursuing his doctorate at Indiana University with maestro Arthur Fagen and specializing in piano performance with Émile Naoumoff and harpsichord with Elisabeth Wright.