Alberto Slezynger, Marcos Santana and Eduardo Marturet, with their team

Telemundo´s La Reina del Sur 2 features Miami Symphony Orchestra soundtrack

29 de marzo de 2019


For the first time ever, the Miami Symphony Orchestra records soundtrack for a television series, Telemundo’s much anticipated La Reina del Sur season two, which premieres Monday, April 22 at 10pm.

This musical collaboration marks yet another historic milestone as the network continues to raise the bar in the production of premium video content for US Hispanics.

The creation of the soundtrack is the result of the partnership between Eduardo Marturet, music director and conductor of the Miami Symphony Orchestra, and Latin Grammy-nominated composer and musician, Alberto Slezynger, working together with Marcos Santana, president of Telemundo Global Studios, who is also showrunner and executive producer of the series.

“The future is moving toward music created in labs and in-studio, causing it to appear artificial …when we have the symphony, aside from creating a fabulous sound, we get a product produced by human beings as it happens on a scene or on set. We don’t have robots, we have real people,” commented Marturet.

“This musical composition is one of the most important collaborations we’ve ever done, and it is the first time we’ve ever produced a musical score for the Hispanic Market together with a live symphony orchestra,” said Slezynger.

“Working with Eduardo Marturet is a great pleasure and honor,” added Santana. “For many years, Eduardo had asked to take this step and have the orchestra create music for one of our series. The time has come. La Reina del Sur has the right caliber and dimension to match the significance of the Miami Symphony Orchestra.”