Conductor: Mr. Jose Antonio Bornot
Musicall’s most advanced youth ensemble counts with some of the top student musicians in the city. Musicians in this group consistently place at the top of the All-State Band and Orchestra Competition and are leaders in their schools and communities.
Rehearsals: Monday and Thursday | 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Musicall. 10200 SW 107th Ave, Miami, FL 33176
- Minimum of 3 years instrumental experience suggested
- All String Orchestra – violin, viola, cello, bass.
- Advanced Intermediate students
Mr. Jose Antonio Bornot
Mr. Bornot brings more than 30 years of Music Education experience to Musicall; Orchestra Conductor, Composer and Arranger but overall a fantastic teacher, his vast teaching experience includes the Orchestral Practice Department Head at National School of Music and Orchestra Conducting Teacher at Higher Institute of Art, in Havana, Cuba; Orchestra Conducting Technique workshops and master classes facilitator at Complutense University of Madrid and City of Segovia State Conservatory, and works with Tchaikovsky State Conservatory under Dmitri Kitaenko, Chief Conductor of the Moscow Philharmonic and Professor at Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Moscow). Currently, he is the Music Teacher and Choir Director at St. Agatha Catholic School and the Choir Director at St. Kevin Catholic Church, both in Miami FL.
Mr. Bornot has been the Orchestra Conductor at International engagements such as the recording of the orchestral soundtrack for the Spanish film “A Ciegas,” nominated to the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival (Italy, 1997), opera productions with the Classical Symphony Orchestra of Spain (1996-97), concerts with the Chamber Orchestra of the Madrid Symphony, Moscow Conservatory Chamber Orchestra, Burgas Philharmonic (Bulgaria), Mishkolz Symphony (Hungary), National Philharmonic, Great Theater of Havana Symphony and Chamber Orchestra of Havana. Composer and Arranger Latin Grammy nomination in 2014, as a part of the children music project “Rumba Flora.” A finalist of the international Prix Arthur Honegger (Paris, 1983). Retained by Alcala de Henares University, Spain, to compose the music score for XVII c. Calderon de La Barcas’ play “Cefalo y Pócris” presented by the New York University’s International Institute in Madrid (1995.)
University of Miami: Bachelor Degree awarded certificate in General Studies-Music with a specialization in Orchestra Direction (1999)
Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, Moscow: Postgraduate Certificate in Opera and
Symphonic Orchestra Conducting (1989.)
Ministry of Education and Science, Madrid: Superior Professor in Music, with a
Specialization in Orchestra Direction, board certificate (1992.)
Higher Institute of Art, Havana: Licentiate in Orchestra Conducting (1981.)