“A great expressive hand and control at high tempos and volume were characteristics that distinguished his version of the New World Symphony.”
Palau de la Música de Valencia, July 2012.
“…Ricardo Casero is a musician who knows the work from within and can bring to the podium not only a deep knowledge, but also the intuition from an intense and extensive career.”
Auditorio Manuel de Falla de Granada, September 2012
“The suites 1 and 2 of the L’Arlésienne by G. Bizet, had moments of undoubted nuance and character, with that tempo administered with creative flexibility by the baton of a Ricardo Casero, always effective in arranging his orchestra …”
Auditorio de Zaragoza, December 2017.
Following a 28 year career as an orchestral musician and soloist, he is pursuing his pas- sion and has worked such as Leonard Bernstein, Daniel Harding, Claudio Abbado, or Lawrence Foster.
Ricardo Casero is the music and artistic director of the Orquesta Reino de Aragón, Spain, where he has been working with soloists such Maxim Vengerov, Sarah Chang, and Natalia Gutman.
Casero has furthered his conducting career by working as a collaborative conductor at the Palau de les Arts in Valencia working closely to the greatest, Zubin Mehta, Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Chailly and Valery Gergiev.
Mr. Casero has been invited conductor of the Raanana Symphonette, Israel; Orchestre de la Opera de Marseille, France; Transylvania Philharmonic Cluj, Romania; National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Swedish Wind Ensemble; Halle Staatskapelle, Germany; Albania National Opera; Kiev National Opera House, Ukraine ; Romania National Radio Orchestra; Macedonia Philharmonic Orchestra; Spanish National Orchestra ONE; Bilbao Symphony Orchestra (BOS), Galicia Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Valencia Community Symphony Orchestra (Palau de les Arts),Valencia Symphony Orchestra, Extremadura Symphony Orchestra, Murcia Symphony Orchestra, City of Granada Orchestra, Córdoba Symphony Orchestra, Oviedo Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Castilla y León Symphony Orchestra, Spain.
Maestro Casero upcoming compromises include Danubia Symphony Orchestra, Budapest; Georgia National Philharmonic; National Opera Ukraine; Ukraine National Philharmonic; Granada City Orchestra; Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra Budapest; Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra, Mexico; Toledo Symphony Orchestra, USA; including concerts in Liszt Concert Hall in Budapest, Halle oux Grains de Touluse and in the International Tagliacozzo Music Festival in Italy.
Ricardo Casero graduated with honors from institutions in Spain, the United States (In- diana University), the United Kingdom (Guildhall School of Music), and Sweden (Umea), having studied with José Chenoll, Keith Brown, Denis Wick, and Christian Lindberg. He was also the recipient of a Fulbright Grant and a scholarship to study at Indiana University, where he completed an Artist Diploma in trombone performance.