Born in Madrid in 1995, in a non-musician family, Pablo Pérez is currently studying Master of Arts in Music Pedagogy at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Prof. Christophe Coin and Petr Skalka.
He started to play violoncello at the age of eight. In 2013 he began his Bachelor at the Alfonso X el Sabio University (Madrid) with Prof. Asier Polo and María Casado.
He has performed in events such as the opening ceremony of the 15th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates and the Pau Casals: Música i Compromís Humanitari, in collaboration with the UNHCR. He joined the JONDE and the NJO and collaborates with artists such as Giovanni Sollima or Ros-Marbà. He is member of the EUYO since 2020.
In 2017, he was admitted by Prof. Ishizaka at the HfM Dresden. After living in Berlin and Dresden, he moved in 2018 to the HfM Basel, where he currently lives.
His interest in baroque music led him to the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, one of the best institutions worldwide for Early Music. Endowed with intuition and good taste, he also acquired theoretical and stylistic knowledge. He learns improvisation, basso continuo, and conducting.
He will devote himself to the deepening his understanding of Early Music, and to learn all the fundamentals of pedagogy, as he has a strong pedagogical vocation which he would like to practice in the future.
He plays a Riccardo Bergonzi “Chopin” (Cremona 2012) and a baroque cello Johann Adam Reichel (Neukirchen ca. 1800) provided from the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.