Pablo Márquez

Biography

Pablo Marquez was born in Argentina in 1967.
Although he was revealed on the international scene when he was 20 in prestigious contests (Radio France in Paris, Villa-Lobos in Rio de Janeiro, Geneva and Munich), it is mostly through meeting some remarkable musicians like Hopkinson Smith, György Sebök, Luciano Berio, Dino Saluzzi that his career has been launched and marked out.
The incredible range of his repertory, the profound understanding of each style he approaches, as well as the engagement and the spontaneous inspiration of his playing, sparked off the enthusiasm of the international audience and critics.
Pablo Marquez played through the American continent, Europe and Japan, in the most important concert halls and has been invited in prestigious festivals.
His engagement in the contemporary music lead him up to make several premieres and to work with composers such as Luciano Berio, György Kurtág and Mauricio Kagel.
Pablo Marquez studied in Argentina with Jorge Matínez Zárate and Eduardo Fernández. In Europe, he studied Early Music with Javier Hinojosa and followed the teaching of György Sebök, who deeply influenced him.
He is currently professor at the Musik-Akademie of Basel, and is regularly invited to give Master-Classes all around the world.