Pablo, was born in Malaga in 1991. He has debuted as a soloist in the main countries of Europe: Germany, France, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom. He has performed at the following avenues: “Kamermusiksaal Huschule für Kunst”-Bremen; “Chateau Saint Loup”-Saint Germain Chassenay; “Schoenbergzaal”-The Hague; “De Doelen”-Rotterdam; “Muziekgebouw”-Amsterdam; “Auditorio Casa de la Musica”-Obidos; “Sala Maria Cristina”-Malaga; “Museo Carmen Thyssen”-Malaga; “Teatro Cervantes”-Malaga; “Auditorio Lienzo Norte”-Avila; “Sandra Burslem Room”-Manchester. At the same time, he has colaborated with “Symfonie Orkest Cordats” and “Matisse Orchestra” under the buton of Christian Kalsen, Charles Matthew and Susanna Mälkki.
He owes his musical training to Ana Guijarro, with whom he did his bachelor studies, Luca Chiantore, David Kuyken, with whom he cursed his master studies in Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag and his masterclasses with Boris Berman. Besides, in his way of understanding music, is considered essential his bachelor studies of harpsichord with Fabio Bonizzoni and Patrick Ayrton.
He was awarded First Prizes at:
“Malaga Crea: Muestra Jovenes Interpretes” (2019).
“Vegellina de Orbigo National Competition” (2008).
“Real Maestranza Chamber Music Competition” (2007).
“Marisa Montiel National Competition”: First Category (2006).
“Angeles Reina Competition” (2000).
He also won second prize in the following competitions:
“Marisa Montiel Piano Competition”: Third Category (2015).
“Ciudad del Ejido International Competition” (2009 and 2008).
“Alhaurín de la Torre Competition” (2006).
“Muñoz Molleda Competition” (2003).
He has been interviewed in “Radio Clasica”, “CanalSur Radio” and “CanalSur Television” in several times.
Finally, it is important to resalt his chamber music activity, being selected as finalist of the prestigious “Rome Chamber Music Festival”, and receiving the prize to the best chamber music ensemble at the “Spaincellence International Festival” in 2012. Furthermore, he has performed with Andrew Marriner, first clarinet of the London Symphony Orchestra, and Maria Fiselier, mezzo soprano of the “Berlin Komishe Oper”.