Born in New York but originally from Mexico, Alondra de la Parra is one of the most successful conductors in the world. Her compelling concerts captivate audiences worldwide and have propelled her to international fame as a star conductor.
Alondra de la Parra was only 13 years old when she decided that she wanted to become a conductor. Encouraged by her father, she prevailed in the male-dominated world of classical music and pursued her goals with resolute determination. At the age of 23, she founded her own orchestra in New York to promote young talent from North and South America.