Described by the press as “passionate and energetic” and “being able to bring music to life”, Ramiro Arista is emerging as one of the leading conductors of his generation. His artistic career is striking: he has worked with 70 orchestras in 14 countries, on 3 continents. Ramiro performed with outstanding orchestras like Lviv National Philharmonic, Timisoara Philharmonic, Brasov Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Moldova, Los Llanos Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, the National Symphony of Bolivia and the National Symphony of Guatemala. In Ukraine, Ramiro also has already collaborated with the philharmonic orchestras of Transkarpatia, Rivne, Khmelnytskyi, Vinnitsia, Kherson, Nikolaev, Poltava, Chernigiv and Lugansk. His concerts are normally sold out, mainly due to the repertoire, and the audience enjoys the events and their progress.
Highlights of 2019 and 2020 include debuts with the Bombay Chamber Orchestra – India, the Kunming International Philharmonic – China, the Sumska Philharmonic and the Volyn Philharmonic – Ucraine. During this season, he will return to the Bacau, Botosani and Ramnicu Valcea Philharmonic Orchestras in Romania; the Shumen, Vidin, Yambol and Razgrad Philharmonic Orchestras in Bulgaria; the Rivne, Transkarpatian and Nikolaev Philharmonic Orchestras in Ukraine.
Ramiro’s sensibility extends beyond any musical boundary. He is an artist committed to humanity and to society’s economic, cultural and educational problems. He is convinced that music is the best way to include all of society, therefore, he plays for a wide array of audiences. He performs for countries both rich and poor, children, elders, humble people, the paupers and the convicts. Likewise, he has conducted highly professional orchestras as well as children orchestras.
Born in Buenos Aires with Italian ancestry, Ramiro was exposed to music by attending the famous Colon Theater with his mother and developing a passion for music at an early age. Further, he studied with Professor Dumitru Goia at the Bucharest National Music University with a scholarship provided by the Romanian government. Ramiro has a unique ability to combine European traditions, Balkanic folklore and Latin American rhythm to create a truly unforgettable performance.
After a longer collaboration and having four successful sold-out concerts, Ramiro is appointed as Principal Guest Conductor of the Lviv National Philharmonic from September 2019.