Ludwig Carrasco undertook the position of Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Orquesta de Cámara de Bellas Artes, Mexico’s preeminent orchestra of its kind and one of the most respected ensembles of the Americas, in September 2019. His previous experience includes being Music Director and Conductor the Orquesta Filarmónica de Querétaro (Mexico) for five seasons as well as Principal Conductor of the Sinfonietta Prometeo (United States). In his career as conductor and violinist he has performed concerts in thirty countries in the Americas, Asia and Europe.

Born in Morelia (Mexico), Ludwig Carrasco is equally at home in symphonic and scenic repertoire, conducting numerous opera, ballet and interdisciplinary productions. He is an avid proponent of new music, working closely with leading composers and premiering more than one hundred and forty works to date.

Since 2018, he is the recipient of the Career Award for Performers from the National Fund for Arts and Culture of Mexico.

Ludwig Carrasco, director


December 03, 2022 

Centro Cultural Ollin Yoliztli 

Mexico City 

Orquesta Filarmónica de la CDMX

Gomezanda and Dvořák.

December 04, 2022

Centro Cultural Ollin Yoliztli

Mexico City 

Orquesta Filarmónica de la CDMX

Gomezanda and Dvořák.


Prokofiev: Classical Symphony, Finale

Ludwig Carrasco, UNT Symphony Orchestra

Live recording

00:00 / 04:14

Stravinsky: Soldier's tale, Devil's Dance

Ludwig Carrasco, Sinfonietta Prometeo

Live recording

00:00 / 01:30



"This work [Marches of grief and anger by Arturo Márquez] had a very successful interpretation, with an outstanding construction of tension, which ends up overflowing, through a good management of nuances and variations of tempi very well commanded by the guest conductor. "


 conductor cello director

"Ligeti’s work [Le Grand Macabre] is indeed a difficult task and the requirements for the orchestra and performers are very high. Luckily, the Eduardo Mata Youth Orchestra of the University, under the musical direction of Ludwig Carrasco, was adequate for this work and he achieved positive results via the control of orchestra, good management of tempi and excellent coordination with the singers."


conductor orchestra director

"With a sold-out crowd theater, Ludwig Carrasco lifted the baton for the last time [...]. At the end, and with great emotion, the more than one thousand and two hundred spectators bade farewell with a standing ovation and enthusiastic clapping to the current conductor of the Orquesta de Cámara de Bellas Artes."

Diario de Querétaro