Chief Conductor of the Orquesta Sinfónica "Cristóbal Halffter" Ciudad de Ponferrada, Naveira has been appointed Conductor of the Opera and Ballet Theater of the Republic of Karelia during the 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 seasons.
Regular Guest Conductor of the Karelian State Philharmonic Orchestra. Since May 2018, Naveira has been appearing as Guest Conductor of the St. Petersburg Festival Ballet at the Hermitage Theatre.
Having become a Finalist in the Matačić International Competition for Conductors in 2015, Naveira has had the opportunity to work with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra. In St. Petersburg he is in demand working regularly with ensembles such as the State Academic Symphony Orchestra, Horn Orchestra of Russia, State Hermitage Orchestra, St. Petersburg Youth Symphony Orchestra and Zazerkalie Theatre Symphony Orchestra, appearing in various prestigious venues across the city including the Philharmonic Hall, Court Chapel, Glazunov Concert Hall, Alexandrinsky Theatre, the Gavrila Derzhavin Estate Museum and as well as in Palaces of Sheremetev, Tauride, Oranienbaum, Beloselsky-Belozersky and Peterhof. On these stages Naveira has collaborated with international soloists such as Soyoung Yoon, Denis Kozhukhin, Mikhail Pochekin and Sofja Gülbadamova.
already established himself as a professional violinist, Naveira took to
study conducting at the Saint Petersburg
Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory under
Anatoly Rybalko where
he graduated with
2016. Furthermore, he
studied with notable conductors such as Alexander Polyanichko, Colin
Metters, Peter Stark, Vassily Sinaisky and Nicholas Carthy in
master-classes. Naveira has also received
advice from artists such as Yuri Temirkanov,
Valeri Gergiev and Semyon Bychkov.
During these seasons Naveira has conducted over fifty symphonic and theatre performances for the Karelian and St.Petersburg audiences including productions of the operas Iolanta, La Traviata, Carmen, Eugene Onegin, Barber of Seville and ballets including Romeo and Juliet, Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Giselle and two Gala Opera and Zarzuela Concerts. Jesús has worked as an assistant conductor in the following productions: The Queen of Spades, Così fan tutte, The Magic Flute, Cavalleria Rusticana, Madama Butterfly, Die Fledermaus, world premiere of The Prisoner of Karelia and ballets La Bayadère, Coppelia y Don Quixote.
Jesús currently teaches at the "Manuel de Falla" Royal Professional Conservatory of Music, in Cádiz.