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The highlights of 2024-2025 include touring in China and conducting in the country's prominent halls. During the summer of 2024, Tellez will be guest conducting with Rachel Barton Pine as a soloist at one of the most important music festivals in Latin America, the "Alfredo De Saint Melo" festival. Additionally, Tellez will be guest conducting in Poland, Mexico, Venezuela, Panama, Colombia, and the United States

Colombian conductor, Tellez was selected Gustavo Dudamel Fellow during the 2021/2022. This prestigious appointment entailed conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic, be mentor by Gustavo Dudamel and collaborating with esteemed conductors and artists including Michael Tilson Thomas,Susanna Mälkki, Hilary Hahn,Paavo Järvi,Beatrice Rana, Igor Levit, Zubin Mehta, among others. This opportunity not only allowed him to showcase his talents but also provided a platform to learn and grow alongside the industry's finest artists.

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Hailed as a versatile, passionate, and energetic conductor with elegant technique and a charismatic approach, Camilo occupies the podium as an international conductor in Asia, Latin America, the United States, and Europe. His repertoire spans symphonic works, opera, new music, and Latin American repertoire. Highlights of the summer 2024-2025 season include his debut performances in China, conducting Latin American pieces from Marquez, Revueltas and Ginastera, and touring with an Italian ballet orchestra in major cities in the country. At the beginning of 2025, Tellez will be guest conducting significant orchestras in Venezuela and Mexico, as well as covering for orchestras in the US.

Tellez has conducted orchestras such as LA Philharmonic, Lünerbug Symphony, Orchestra, Netherland Philharmonic, Naples Philharmonic, Athens Symphony, The Florida Orchestra, South West Florida Symphony, Turku Chamber Orchestra and Bogota Philharmonic among others. 

Tellez has worked and collaborated with composers such as Steve Reich, John Adams, John Williams and Steve Mackey in recording session. In the 77th anniversary of the Legue of American Orchestras conference, Tellez opened the concert along with Gustavo Dudamel.

A believer of the necessity and ability of music to catalyze social change in society, Camilo worked in an artistic project to foster talent in economically disadvantaged areas of Bogotá,Colombia. For him, the orchestra was not merely a collection of skilled musicians but a vehicle for a conveying messages of unity, empathy, and hope. Tellez created a Youth Symphony Orchestra and a local children's choir with more than 130 children that performed in local venues all around Bogota. In engaging with this project, he has had the opportunity to broaden his understanding of the impact of music in some of the most vulnerable communities in the U.S. and Latin America.

Since then, Tellez has collaborated with youth orchestras as a music director and guest Conductor in the US, including YOLA, Miami Greater Youth Symphony, Naples Youth Symphony, New Jersey Youth Symphony, Illinois Youth Symphony among others.

During his guest conducting in Venezuela, Tellez worked with Youth Orchestras of "El Sistema" in different regions of the country, providing free conducting lessons, mentoring and helping future generation to prepare for universities and professional world. His students has been admitted into Conducting Degrees as the Julliard School, Michigan University, Florida University and Masterclasses all around the worl. 

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 He holds a Master’s Degree in Orchestral Conducting at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music with Arthur Fagen.

 

His conducting mentors include Gustavo Dudamel, Jorma Panula, Ulrich Windfuhr, and Thomas Wilkins.

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