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Welcome to the website of Colombian Conductor Lina Gonzalez-Granados

UNITAS ENSEMBLE Founder and Artistic Director

Sir George Solti Conducting Apprentice of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

 Conducting Fellow of the Philadelphia Orchestra

 Seattle Symphony Conducting Fellow


Lina is the founder and Artistic Director of Unitas Ensemble. She is a staunch advocate for promoting the music of her native Colombia, as well as the works of composers and artists from throughout Latin America. Her work with Unitas earned her recognition as one of El Mundo Boston's "Latino 30 under 30" in 2016.


Praised for her "attention to orchestral colors" (OperaWire) and ability to create "lightning changes in tempo, meter and effect" (Boston Musical Intelligencer), Lina Gonzalez-Granados has firmly established herself locally and abroad as a talented conductor of opera, classical, and contemporary music. Lina was recently appointed Conducting Fellow of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Seattle Symphony, commencing in the 2019-20 season. She recently concluded the 2017-19 Taki Concordia Conducting Fellow, a prestigious position created by maestro Marin Alsop to foster the entrepreneurship and talent of female conductors.


She has also made guest conducting debuts with the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Colombia, the Filarmonica de Medellin, and Tulsa Opera. Lina was named a finalist in the 2019 Sir George Solti Conducting Competition, and attended the Conducting Institute seminar at Tanglewood this late summer. Her mentors include Bramwell Tovey, Marin Alsop, and Bernard Haitink

Kike Barona, Photography


Fourth Chicago Symphony   Orchestra Sir Georg Solti International Conducting  competition winner


The Philadelphia Orchestra and Yannick Nézet-Séguin Announce Two Conducting Appointments for 2019-20 Season

Seattle Symphony appoints Lina Gonzalez-Granados as Conducting Fellow starting in the 2019–2020 season


"Lina Gonzalez-Granados offered a textured reading of the score by paying close attention to orchestral colors and punctuating  myriad details. There is no doubt that her efforts kept this show together. Her hand often peaked above the pit. Clear and emphatic gestures kept everyone on stage and below it in consonance"                               

                                          - Freddy Dominguez for Operawire