Javier is a talented Spanish orchestra conductor who stands out for his great enthusiasm for music and his passion for the meticulous study of the score. Since 2019, he has dedicated himself entirely to the world of conducting, thanks to his training in the Master's Degree in Orchestra Conducting at Alfonso X el Sabio University for two years, under the guidance of maestros Miguel Romea and Andrés Salado.
In addition, he has participated in various masterclasses in cities such as Basel, Budapest, Vienna, Estoril, and Sherborne, with some of the best conducting teachers in the world, such as Jorma Panula, Hubba Hollokoi, Rodolfo Fischer, Guy Braunstein, Nicolas Pasquet, Johannes Schaefli, Rodolfo Saglimbeni, Denise Ham, Dominic Grier, Günter Neuhold, and Adrian Leaper, with whom he maintains an excellent and close relationship. In September 2021, Javier was a semifinalist in the "International Competition of Orchestra Conducting" in Estoril, Portugal.
Currently, Javier is the Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of JOsM (Joven Orquesta Sierra de Madrid), a position he has held for a short time. He has conducted music by a wide range of composers, but he is particularly passionate about Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Sibelius, Brahms, as well as Dvorak, Debussy, Mahler, Strauss, and Bruckner. He has performed in venues such as the Auditorio Nacional de Música de España, the Auditorio Víctor Villegas in Murcia, the Teatro-Auditorio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial , the Segóbriga Roman Theater, or the Mutzeum Magyar in Budapest, conducting orchestras such as the Máv Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Concert Orchestra, the Orquesta Clásica Santa Cecilia, or the Madrid Festival Orchestra, among others. Recently, he collaborated in recording music by Mikel Salas for the Movistar series "Galgos," which will premiere in 2023.
Javier has been involved in the Monteverdi Conservatory in Collado Villalba, where he has developed his passion for music and outreach, in addition to being the Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of JOsM, an institution in the Sierra de Madrid region in Spain. Maintaining and developing his taste for Spanish composers, he has especially highlighted his family relationship with Fernando Jaumandreu Obradors and Gorka Hermosa."