Alfonso’s professional relationship with Cameron Mackintosh started back in 2010 when he conducted Los Miserables in Madrid. He has conducted and supervised Les Misérables in Madrid, Barcelona, London, Dubai, Japan and Brazil, Miss Saigon in London, Japan and UK tour, and Phantom of the Opera (London) and was the conductor for Les Misérables: The Staged Concert, which was broadcast live around the world. He conducted the 25th anniversary gala of Miss Saigon (released on DVD worldwide) and was co-supervisor for the Les Misérables 30th anniversary in London. He is currently the Musical Supervisor of Les Misérables (London and Japan), guest supervisor for Mamma Mia! worldwide, as well as a teacher at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
He has had regular collaborations with BBCCO, Bournemouth Symphony, RLPO, Seville Royal Symphony Orchestra, OBC and London Concert Orchestra. Among his recent projects as freelance conductor, Alfonso has appeared in Disney in Concert (ROSS), Candide (BSO, The Grange Festival), Simply Gershwin (LCO, Royal Festival Hall), Pedralbes Festival (Barcelona), Beatlemania (Royal Northern Symphonia), Royal Liverpool Philarmonic (New Year’s Eve Concert), Bernstein and the American Musical (Barcelona Symphony), Seville Symphony (classical repertoire) and more. He was the conductor for the film Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London whose score won an award at the Malaga Film Festival in 2019 and composed the soundtrack for the film Venus, which will premiere in early 2020. He recorded a Spanish classical music album with the BBCCO, soon to be released alongside soloists Juan Pérez and Magdalena Llamas. He conducted this orchestra again in August 2018 for Friday Night is Music Night (Snape, BBC Radio). Awards include Best Musical Director in Spain for Los Miserables and Best Musical Director in the West End
for Miss Saigon.