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Le mardi 27 septembre à 20h30

Concert de l'Ensemble Linea dans le cadre du Festival MUSICA.

Ensemble Linea et étudiants de l'Académie supérieure de musique de Strasbourg / HEAR - DIrection : Jean-Philippe Wurtz

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Pablo Marquez



Guitarist Pablo Márquez grew up in Salta, a city of rich cultural traditions in the North West of Argentina. After studying with Jorge Martínez Zárate and Eduardo Fernández in Buenos Aires, Pablo moved to Europe to complete his musical training with Javier Hinojosa (Early Music) and Eric Sobzyck (conducting). He also followed the teaching of the legendary pianist György Sebök, who made the most profound and lasting impression on him.

Several top prizes at the most important international competitions (Radio France in Paris, Villa-Lobos in Rio de Janeiro, Geneva, Munich), launched Pablo Márquez in a brilliant solo career around the world. He collaborated with great musicians (e.g. Dino Saluzzi, Anja Lechner, Anne Gastinel) and the most prestigious ensembles (e.g. Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Rosamunde Quartett, Musicatreize). As a soloist, he regularly performs with major orchestras including the Bayerische Rundfunk Orchestra, the Nordwest Deustche Philharmonie and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, under the baton of Josep Pons, Susanna Mälkki, Roland Hayrabedian and others. He is also a founding member of the Ensemble AlmaViva, dedicated in premiering and performing chamber music of Latin-american composers.

Pablo Márquez has worked with some of the greatest composers of our time, including Luciano Berio, György Kurtág and Mauricio Kagel and performed many of their compositions. In 1995, Pierre Boulez  invited him to play the Sequenza XI of Berio on the occasion of the 70th birthday of the Italian composer.

In 2007, ECM New Series released the first classical guitar recording ever produced by that prestigious label, Musica del Delphin, featuring music of Luys de Narváez. With this CD, Pablo Márquez  won critical acclaim all over the world (New York Times, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung...). As well as, in 2008 the label Kaïros released his newest recording, featuring Luca Francesconi's A Fuoco, concerto for guitar & ensemble, with the Ensemble Intercontemporain conducted by Susanna Mälkki. This later was awarded 5 stars and chosen CD of the month October by the italian magazine Musica, and received the Grand Prix du Disque of the Charles Cros Academy.

Highlights at the  2007/08 season were the premieres of Fuminori Tanada's Octuor concertant for guitar & ensemble (comissioned and written for Pablo Márquez) with the Ensemble Itinéraire conducted by Mark Foster, Bruno Mantovani 's chamber opera L'enterrement de Mozart at the Grand Opéra de Provence with Musicatreize, Oscar Strasnoy's one hour song cycle Quodlibet with Daniel Gloger and the Ensemble Ego Armand, as well as Zad Moultaka's  monumental Calvario for guitar and electronic sounds, also written for Pablo Márquez.

In 2005 Pablo Márquez was chosen between 80 candidates to take the succession of Oscar Ghiglia at the  Musik-Akademie in Basel. He also gives regular master classes all around the world. 


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