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Bio

Manuel de Pablos, natural de Segovia, nacido en 1982, entra en contacto con el piano a los once años, ingresando más tarde en el Conservatorio de Segovia, donde obtiene el primer Premio Final de Carrera otorgado por la fundación Nicomédes García. Paralelamente realiza estudios en artes aplicadas. Prosigue sus estudios musicales en Musikene (Donostia), y concluye sus estudios superiores de piano en el Conservatorio Superior de les Illes Balears, licenciándose en Mallorca donde trabaja como profesor titular de piano de diversas Escolas Municipales de Música. Gracias a diferentes becas de la AIE estudia música moderna en el Taller de Musics de Barcelona, y cursos de instrumentos históricos, clave, fortepiano y órgano.

Realiza el postgrado de Composición con Nuevas Tecnologías en la universidad Pompeu Fabra. Amplia sus estudios en el campo electroacústico con profesores como J.M.Berenguer, G.Brncic, A. Bernal… estudiando desde computación y programación artística, a técnicas de grabación y sonido. Como compositor estrena obras propias en el Auditori de les Illes Balears, Conservatori de Castelló, Fundación Phonos, Medialab Madrid, en Radio Clásica, MACBA y CCCB. Participa en festivales relacionados con el arte sonoro, desarrollando conciertos que abarcan diversas disciplinas, desde computer music a circuit bending.

Actualmente trabaja como profesor de electroacústica en el Aula Experimental del Aula de Músicas.

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Manuel de Pablos, native of Segovia, began to play the piano at the age of 11. When he became of age, he was later accepted to the Conversatorio de Segovia, where he received his first Premio Final de Carrera, awarded by the Nicomédes García Foundation. While he was studying there, he also studied applied arts. He continued his studies of music in Musikene (Donostia), and finished his graduate studies in piano in the Conservatorio Superior de les Illes Balears. He received his license in Mallorca, where he works as a professor of piano of diverse Escolas Municipales de Música. Thanks to different grants from the AIE, he studies modern music in the Taller de Musics de Barcelona, and he also takes courses in historical instruments, clave, fortepiano and organ.
He completed his post-graduate degree in Composition with New Technologies in the University of Pompeu Fabra. He extended his studies in the field of electro-acoustics with professors such as J.M. Berenguer, G. Brncic, A. Bernal, to name a few, and he has since studied everything from artistic computation and programmation to the technicalities of recording and sound. As a composer, he has debuted his own works in the Auditori de les Illes Balears, Conservatori de Castelló, Fundación Phonos, Medialab Madrid, en Radio Clásica, MACBA y CCCB. He participates in festivals related with art sound, putting together concerts that span diverse disciplines, from computer music to circuit bending.
Currently, he works as a professor of electro-acoustics in the Aula Experimental del Aula de Músicas.