Maestro Laborda is a multi-faceted musician. The success of his compositions in Europe and Russia has rendered him excellent reviews. His works entitled "Senzalas" are a serie of works for symphonic orchestra, chamber music and Concertos. Among his most outstanding works we can mention his opera called "Irma Dulce", premiered in Rome during the Santa Dulce canonization, celebreted by the Pope Francesco in octuber of 2019. His next project for 2022 include the debut of the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra dedicated to Queen Silvia of Sweden.
He appeared conducting and playing his compositions in several countries such as Italy, England, Russia ,Portugal, Czech Republic , Spain, Germany and Brazil in importants places like: Sao paulo Municipal Teather (Brazil), Palazzo Pamphilli (Roma-Italy), Palau de la Música de Barcelona (Barcelona), Teatro Castro Alves (Bahia-Brazil), The Barcelona National Auditorium (Spain), Prague Smetana Hall (Czech Republic), Sant Petersburg ERARTA Museum (Russia), Ekaterimburg Fillarmonic Theater( Ekaterimburg-Russia), Astrakhan Fillarmonic Hall ( Russia) and others.
Born in a family of musicians, Mr. Laborda began to play spontaneously at the age of 5 and at the age of 7 he composed his first work on the piano. The Laborda family has a long lineage of composers and musicians, including Pilar Laborda, his great-grandmother, who worked with the famous violinist Pablo Sarasate.
The Maestro has performed his works with orchestras such as the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra (Brazil), London Classical Chamber Orchestra (London-England), Bahia Symphony Orchestra (Brazil), Samara Philharmonic Orchestra (Russia), Barcelona Metropolitan Orchestra (Spain), Younth Symphony Orchestra of St. Petersburg (Russia), Prague Academy Chamber Orchestra (HAMU-Czech Republic), Murmansk Philharmonic Orchestra (Russia), Astrakhan Philharmonic Orchestra (Russia), Roma Chamber Orchestra (Italy), Barcelona Conservatory Orchestra, ESMUC Symphony Orchestra (Spain) and others. The Maestro collaborate with greats artists such as Anastasia Goldberg, Aylen Pritchin, Artyom Dervoed, Sergey Patramansky, David Amadio, Luiz de Moura Castro, Trio Goldberg, Ala Voronkova, Albert Guinovart and others.
Laborda was laureate in the third edition of "II Antonin Dvorak International Composition Competition" (Prague, Czech Republic) and was the Prize Winner in the 2017 London Soloist Conducting Competition (London-England).
Maestro Laborda is graduated and postgraduated in conducting and composition at Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (Czech Republic) and the Barcelona Conservatory of Liceu (Spain). He received a master's degree in music from the University of Barcelona and pos-graduate in piano at the Marshall Academy (Barcelona), under the supervision of Alicia de Larrocha. He also study in the Aveiro University (Portugal) and Universidad Federal da Bahia (Brazil) with , Paulo Gondim, Nancy Lee Harper and Maria Eugenia Cardoso.