Madrid Soloists Chamber Orchestra

About MSCO

The Madrid Soloists Chamber Orchestra (MSCO), since its creation in 2017, has become one of the leading chamber ensembles in Spain while rapidly gaining attention internationally with audiences throughout Europe, Asia, South America and the United States.

The members of the orchestra are experienced international musicians of the highest level, led by Hungarian virtuoso violinist and Artistic Director Gabor Szabo.

The MSCO collaborates with outstanding soloists and conductors such as Julian Rachlin, Shlomo Mintz, Luis Cobos, Alissa Margulis, Roby Lakatos, Alban Gerhardt, Jura Margulis, Leticia Moreno, Sebastian Manz, Lucas Vidal, Gergana Gergova, Domenico Codispoti, Sergei Kvitko and many more.

After the release of their first Mozart Album “Post Scriptum” with the American label Blue Griffin, MSCO appeared in more than 20 magazines and articles around the world, extensively praised by critics and audiences.

Following the success of this release, the Madrid Soloists Chamber Orchestra was invited for CD recordings with highly renowned recording companies.

MSCO’s engagements for the 2022/23 and 2023/24 seasons leads them to concert venues that include the most prestigious concert halls and festivals in Spain, Portugal, Hungary, USA and Korea.

Artists in Residence

Alissa Margulis – Violinist

Héctor Guzmán – Conductor

Krisztina Fejes – Pianist

Wenting Kang – Violist

Domenico Codispoti – Pianist

José Luis Greco – Composer

Domenico Codispoti – Pianist

José Luis Greco – Composer

Collaborating Artists

Shlomo Mintz – Violinist

Julian Rachlin – Violinist

Jura Margulis – Pianist

Nuno Côrte-Real – Conductor

Sergei Kvitko – Pianist

Gergana Gergova – Violinist

Ricardo Casero – Conductor

Tigran Shiganyan – Conductor

Lucas Vidal – Composer

Orchestra Principals

The orchestra’s principal players are internationally selected artists of highest caliber, taking a leading position in the

Madrid Soloists Chamber Orchestra.