The Colombian conductor, an alumna of TDO’s Hart Institute for Women Conductors making her company debut, is the recipient of the 2021 Sphinx Medal of Excellence and the 2020 Solti Foundation US Career Assistance Award. As the winner of the fourth Chicago Symphony Orchestra Sir Georg Solti International Conducting Competition, she became the new Solti Conducting Apprentice under the guidance of Riccardo Muti in February 2020 and continues through June 2022. She is also currently Conducting Fellow with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Seattle Symphony. Recent appearances include concerts with those orchestras, and also the San Diego Symphony. She was scheduled for debuts this season with many ensembles, among them the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the San Antonio Symphony, and the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra. Gonzalez-Granados is founder and artistic director of Unitas Ensemble, a chamber orchestra that performs works of Latinx composers and provides access to free community performances for underserved communities. From 2017 to 2019, Gonzalez-Granados served as the Taki Concordia Fellow, a position created by Maestro Marin Alsop to foster entrepreneurship and talent of female conductors.