Raúl Miguel Rodríguez is one of the most complete musicians of our country.
A well known conductor in Spanish and South America, Raul Miguel was awarded the 2nd prize at the International Orchestra Conducting Competition in London, organized by the London Classical Soloists Orchestra. His formation as conductor was together with the prestigious conductor George Pehlivanian having received advice from teachers like Jorma Panula, André Waignein, Jose Rafael Pascual Vilaplana, Octav Calleya, Lorenzo Ramos or Achim Holub.
Trumpet player, he has collaborated with orchestras such as the National Orchestra of Spain, Reina Sofía Chamber Orchestra, Berlin Staatskapelle Orchestra, Deuscht Oper, Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Arturo Toscanini Philharmonic, with conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Zubin Mehta, Christian Thielemann, Marc Minkosky , Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos, George Pehlivanian, Eliahu Inbal, etc.
He has been awarded with a Latin Grammy to the best disc of classical music for his collaboration with Paquito D’Rivera, in the recording of "History of the Soldier" by Igor Stravinsky.
His concern for a humanistic training leads him to take doctoral studies at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
He has conducted numerous ensembles, pointing his collaboration as assistant director in the JONDE, JORCAM, London Classical Soloists, Symphonic Orchestra of the ESMUC, Symphonic Banda del Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Getafe, Banda Sinfónica Complutense of Alcala de Henares, Banda de Conciertos de San José (Costa Rica), Banda de conciertos de Heredia, European Soloists Orchestra, Festival de Almansa's Orchestra, Krasnoyarsk Chamber Orchestra (Russia), Orquesta Nacional de Guatemala, Orquesta de Camerata de Castilla la Mancha.
He has conducted soloists as Reinhold Friedrich, Manuel Blanco, James Ackley, Eriko Takezawa, among others.
He is currently the Artistic Director of the Orquesta Madrid Sinfónica.