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As Paavo Järvi's assistant conductor from 2014 to 2018, David Molard Soriano worked with him at the Orchestre de Paris and at the Estonian Festival Orchestra (Pärnu Music Festival and BBC Proms). At the same time, he assisted conductors Fabien Gabel and Gustavo Dudamel at the Rencontres Musicales d'Evian. In 2019, he was appointed Assistant Conductor of the Orchestre National de France. Until 2022, he worked with Emmanuel Krivine and Cristian Macelaru and conducted several concerts and recordings with this leading orchestra.

As part of the highlights of past 2022/23 season, he made a tremendous debut at Bordeaux National Opera where David Molard Soriano conducted Madame Butterfly and ballet Don Quixote. He also made his debuts with Orchestre National de Metz, the Romanian Radio Chamber Orchestra and the Opéra Orchestre national de Montpellier during the Festival Radio France Occitanie Montpellier.

In 2023/24, he made successful debuts in Monaco with all the artistic forces (Philharmonic Orchestra, Opera and Ballets of Monte-Carlo, Cecilia Bartoli Academy) in a new production of Ravel's L'Enfant et les Sortilèges and Balanchine's La Valse (Ravel's Valses nobles et sentimentale & La Valse), a real triumph in the frame of Rainier III's centenary.

These past years, he conducted Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, the Russian National Orchestra, Opéra national de Lorraine, Orchestre national des Pays de la Loire at the Folles Journées de Nantes, Orchestre national de Bretagne, Opéra de Limoges, Luxemburg Chamber Orchestra, Orchestre symphonique de Saint-Etienne, and the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra with Oscar-winner Gabriel Yared. He conducts the Brașov Filarmonia twice a year. Also a keen performer of opera, he conducted Carmen, Madama ButterflyDialogues des Carmélites, La Traviata and Le Nozze di Figaro.

As the founder & Music Director of the Orchestre des Jeunes d’Île-de-France, comprised of the best musicians of the young generation, David Molard Soriano presented top-class concerts with a thrilling repertoire – including Saint-Saëns’ 3rd symphony on the greatest French organ with Thomas Ospital, and the French edition of Vadim Repin’s famous Trans-Siberian Festival featuring Jean-Claude Casadesus and Nicholas Angelich in Lille in December 2019.

In 2022, he founded the “Rencontres Musicales” at Château d’Ainay-le-Vieil (France) where he assembles his own festival orchestra and offers four days of concerts, from recitals to symphonic repertoire. The first two editions featured soloists Marie-Ange Nguci, Raphaël Sévère, Catherine Trottmann, Anaëlle Tourret, Eva Zavaro, Léa Hennino, Fanny Robilliard, Paul Gaugler, among others. Next edition will take place in August 2024 with Florian Sempey and Manon Galy.

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