“Pablo Rus Broseta led the Phil through a soul-lifting Beethoven 7. … [It] opened with sparkling promise and finished with a delightful brightness of sound. The second movement’s mournful melody had an almost hypnotic effect, while the low strings provided a beautiful whisper of sadness.”

Orlando Sentinel

“Guest conductor Pablo Rus Broseta managed the forces on stage and the rarely performed scores with great clarity and confidence. This includes The Flight from Egypt Overture from L’enfance du Christ, Op. 25, by Hector Berlioz and Paul Hindemith’s Suite from Tuttifräntchen.

“Hindemith’s Suite from Tuttifäntchen, the familiar tale of a wooden puppet coming alive, took us through 11 brief yet thoroughly evocative vignettes. Each movement conveyed a colorful character made all the more vivid by this orchestra under Rus Broseta’s leadership.”

Sarasota Herald Tribune

“Pablo Rus Broseta, acquitted himself admirably in a complicated program full of bits and pieces….”

Seattle Times

Pablo Rus Broseta is Music Director of the Jove Orquestra de la Generalitat Valenciana. He is rapidly building a wide-ranging repertoire from Handel to John Adams, with a focus on the great symphonic repertoire.

In the 19-20 season, Rus Broseta debuts with Philharmonie Essen and Neue Philharmonic Westfalen at the World Music Festival “Sounds Of” and the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, and returns to conduct the Ensemble Modern and Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias.

Rus Broseta served as Assistant and then Associate Conductor of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra from 2015 to 2019. During the 18-19 season, he led the Seattle Symphony Orchestra in a wide variety of concerts, including Bruch’s Violin Concerto with Itzhak Perlman, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, and a festival of Brahms concertos. In 17-18, he conducted the Seattle Symphony’s opening night gala featuring Renée Fleming; a benefit concert featuring Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Ciara; a festival of Prokofiev concertos; an all-Russian program with pianist Beatrice Rana; and the symphony’s newest album release, The Unchanging Sea, a music-film collaboration between composer Michael Gordon and filmmaker Bill Morrison.

Highlights of the 18-19 season included debuts with the Detroit and Omaha Symphonies and the Orlando Philharmonic, and return engagements with the Houston and North Carolina Symphonies. In Europe, Rus Broseta led concerts at the Palau de les Arts in Valencia and conducted the SWR Symphonieorchester and Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias. Recent highlights include performances with Orquesta de Valencia, WDR Köln, Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música, and with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.

In 2014, Rus Broseta led a joint performance of the SWR Symphonieorchester and the Ensemble Modern at the Musica Festival in Strasbourg. He has since appeared with the Orquesta Filarmónica de Buenos Aires, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Radio Televisión Española, and Ensemble Intercontemporain, Orchestre Les Siècles, and with orchestras such as the Beethoven Orchestra Bonn and Bochumer Symphoniker. He has appeared at numerous music festivals including the Klangspuren Schwaz, Transart Festival Bolzano, Ensems Festival Valencia, and the Cresc… Festival Frankfurt. He has worked closely with composers such as Wolfgang Rihm, Hans Zender, Johannes Maria Staud, Thomas Adès, Philippe Manoury, Magnus Lindberg, Martin Matalon, Francisco Coll, and Luca Francesconi.

Rus Broseta studied composition and saxophone at the Conservatory of his native Valencia, with further studies in conducting in Lyon, at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and Universität der Künste Berlin; and he has received invaluable guidance from Bernard Haitink, Pierre Boulez, David Zinman, Kurt Masur, and Steven Sloane. He served as Assistant Conductor of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège in the 2009/10 season, the Dutch National Opera Academy in 2010 and the Jove Orquestra de la Generalitat Valenciana from 2010 to 2013. In 2011, he founded the Spanish chamber orchestra Grup Mixtour, which he still directs today. There, he aims to revitalize concert experiences through eclectic programming of music from different eras and with diverse aesthetics.