Bruno Axel is an eclectic and charismatic artist;
violinist, composer and orchestra director.

The violin is his main musical instrument.
The reason he fall in love with music.


He specialized in classical music, although his curiosity immersed him in flamenco, the electric violin, the baroque violin and practically all the styles and specialties of this instrument.

He started improvising since he was a child and has always liked to reinvent himself or change musical passages.
He has composed concert music, soundtracks, stage music, electronic music, flamenco, after all, MUSIC.

The art of inventing made him create his personal style, with influences ranging from Bach, his main mentor,
to Pink Floyd, Jimmy Hendrix, Erick Satie or Paco de Lucía.

The facet of orchestra director arises after years of performing musical projects and playing in symphonic orchestras such as the Sevilla’s orchestra. He studied in Sevilla, London, Germany and, finally, New York.


He directed for the first time at the age of twenty in a small concert with the Youth Orchestra of Andalucía.


The Stravinsky Cinema Orchestra, The Cuenca Symphony Orchestra, The Barbieri Symphony Orchestra, or the Ensamble Atlántida represent some of the works he has done.


Classical music is his first training; but cinema, contemporary music and multi-disciplinary creative projects are part of his specialty as a director.

Bruno faces the Moonlight Symphony project after the success of his latest works. El Bosque de los Sumergidos at the Maestranza Theater of Sevilla, the project of Música en Movimiento or the direction of the OST of E.T. with the Barbieri Symphony Orchestra at Zarzuela Theater of Madrid, these are some of his latest works.