Eduardo Browne graduated with a Master's degree in orchestral conducting at The Juilliard School, under the tutelage of Maestro Otto-Werner Mueller and in piano at the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University. He participated in the prestigious Pacific Music Festival, where he was assistant conductor to Michael Tilson-Thomas and Christoph Eschenbach. He lived 12 years in New York City, which allowed him to attend hundreds of New York Philharmonic rehearsals and meet his guest conductors. He followed closely the career of Kurt Masur, whose masterclasses he attended, with the Symphony Orchestra of the State of São Paulo. He has conducted the best orchestras of the American continent, including the Symphony Orchestra of the State of São Paulo, the Lima Philharmonic Orchestra, the Simón Bolívar Orchestra, the Chilean Symphony Orchestra and the Santiago Philharmonic Orchestra, in whose prestigious opera season he has also conducted. He has been invited to conduct orchestras in Asia, such as The Manila Philharmonic and The Kuala Lumpur Symphony Orchestra, with whom he had the honor to premiere Verdi’s La Traviata in Malaysia. He was Artistic Director of the Riverside Orchestra in New York City and Resident Director of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, one of the most dynamic orchestras in the United States, where he collaborated extensively with Miguel Harth-Bedoya. Considered one of the main musical pedagogues in the American continent, he was professor at The Juilliard School and is currently teaching at Universidad de Chile and Universidad de los Andes. Following in the footsteps of his mentor Otto-Werner Mueller, he has trained and formed numerous generations of Latin American conductors for more than twenty years who, today, enjoy international careers conducting symphonic, operatic and contemporary repertoire, with renowned orchestras and ensembles such as St. Petersburg Symphony, São Paulo State Symphony, Argentina National Symphony, Chilean National Symphony, Ensemble Modern, Montevideo Philharmonic, Santiago Philharmonic, Chilean Chamber Orchestra, among others. A versatile conductor and cultural manager, Eduardo Browne is the founder and Artistic Director of the Camerata Universidad de los Andes, the Symphonic Band of Universidad de Chile and creator and Artistic Director of the annual opera seasons of the Municipal Theater of Las Condes and the opera at University of Chile, which have expanded the offer of opera in the city of Santiago. He currently resides in Santiago, Chile and enjoys an extraordinary career as a conductor, pianist and pedagogue throughout the world.