Nicolas Agullo is an Argentinian young conductor.

He is guest conductor at Rhin National Opera (Arte Concert), Britain Symphonic Orchestra, Lille National Orchestra, Ensemble intercontemporain (France), Lucern Festival Academy Orchestra (Switzerland), Freiburg Kammerphilharmonie (Germany), Savaria Szimfonikus Zenekar (Hungary), Teatro Colon Academy Orchestra, Tucuman Orchestra (Argentina).


Since 2017, he is Music Director of Symphonic Orchestra COGE (Paris). He is selected to be Music Director of Sorbonne University Orchestra and Choir (COSU) for 2020-2024. From 2014 to 2016, he is Music Director of Reims Champagne-Ardenne University Regional Orchestra in France. 


Since 2014, he works for the Philharmonie de Paris with several projects and particularly as part of DEMOS. He also offers masterclasses in UBA (Universidad de Buenos Aires), el Sistema in Bolivia or Cité de la Musique in Marseille (France).


Nicolas Agullo finished his studies in Orchestral Conducting at Universidad Católica Argentina in Buenos Aires. Based in Paris since 2011, he pursued his specialization in conducting with Zsolt Nagy, professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris and obtained the 1st Prize in conducting at the Regional Conservatory of the City of Reims in France with Rut Schereiner. He participates in Lucern Festival Academy 2015 and 2016, working with Matthias Pintscher, Susanna Mälkki and Alan Gilbert. He also worked with Maestro Peter Eötvös at the Bartok Festival, Royaumont and IRCAM.


As part of its musicological research, the study  "Repertoire and cultural influences of the municipal symphonic band of Concepcion in the twentieth century" was published in New studies on the Argentine music (EDUCA, Buenos Aires, 2009), which received special mention Konex Classical Music Award in 2009 and was presented at the International book Fair of Buenos Aires in 2010.