"The interpretation was magnificent, with a technical command and a great expressiveness in the phrasing, demonstrating different technical resources under an apparent ease”. Carme Teixidor - Diari of Menorca
The pianist Pablo García-Berlanga stands out for the creativity of his interpretations and programs. His artistic interest has led him to develop a repertoire that ranges from the Baroque to Contemporary Music, always including unpublished or unknown compositions.
He plays in prestigious auditoriums such as Carnegie Hall in New York, Vlaamse Opera, Austrian Cultural Forum in London or Palau de les Arts of Valencia, in Festivals like Ensems International Festival of Contemporary Music of Valencia, Festival of Wallonie or Sedbergh Music Festival. Also noteworthy are his appearances in Italy, Switzerland or Germany. His most notable performances include his tour in El Salvador, in which he performed Ravel's Concerto, as well as he offered piano and chamber music recitals and masterclasses, Les Noces by Stravinsky in Valencia, Cocteau Festival at Bijloke in Ghent and a recital at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles attended by the Queen Mathilde of Belgium. He collaborates and works in opera productions with different Spanish, Belgian and German companies, and with choirs such as London Contemporary Voices, Pequeños Cantores de Valencia, Orfeón Universitario de Valencia or Coro Nacional de El Salvador. He is also a member of Plaerdemavida Ensemble, and Regards Piano Duo, together with pianist Irene Renart.
Pablo has won the Christian Carpenter Piano Prize, the first prize at the International Competition of Chamber Music of Cofrentes, and the IBLA Grand Prize. He has worked as piano accompanist in masterclasses with renowned singers such as Barbara Bonney, Ann Murray, Mariella Devia, Ana María Sánchez, Sir Thomas Allen or Florian Boesch. He has recorded two CD’s: Azulão, with Plaerdemavida Ensemble, and KeyWorks, his first solo album for Sheva Collection.
Trained as soloist at the Conservatory of Music of Valencia and the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel, he specializes in piano accompaniment at the Royal Academy of Music in London and the Flanders Operastudio, studying with professors as renowned as Aleksandar Madzar, Carole Presland and Malcolm Martineau. He obtained a degree in History and Music Sciences from the University of La Rioja. His additional training includes courses taught by Adolfo Bueso, Guillermo González, Joaquín Soriano, Ratko Delorko, Karl-Heinz Kaemmerling, Mûza Rubackyte, Wolfram Rieger, Helmut Deutsch, François Le Roux, Eduardo López Banzo and Giulio Zappa.
He currently works as a teacher of Repertoire for Voice with Piano Accompaniment in the Conservatorio Superior de Música 'Joaquín Rodrigo' of Valencia.