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Over Pablo S.
Hello! My name is Pablo and I am a professional flute player. I come from Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) but I have been living in The Hague since 2015. I love music and I cannot understand life without it! Playing the flute has allowed me to meet a lot of people, traveling around the world and performing in very beautiful concert halls. However, playing is not my only passion. I love teaching as well and that is the reason why I am here in this platform!
I teach students with different levels and expectations, which means that I adapt my methodology depending on the needs of each student. At the end, the best way to improve technically and musically is being motivated and enjoying making music, During the lessons, I work with the student in every musical aspect: rhythm, sound, musicality and also a little bit of musical theory.
If you want to learn how to play the flute or improve your musical skills with the instrument, do not hesitate to contact me! During the first lesson, we will be playing, but we will first talk to see how we face the lessons and we create a working plan together!
Pablo was born in 1991 in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Tenerife. He started to study flute in the conservatory of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where he finished his Intermediate degree with Catherine Biteur with honors and special award. In 2009 he was admitted in the Royal Conservatory of Madrid. He studied with Manuel Rodríguez Arribas and he graduated in 2013 with honors. While he was studying in Madrid he became interested in early music and he started to play traverso. In 2013 he was admitted for the Early Music Performance Master in Barcelona, where he studied traverso with Marc Hantai. In June 2017 he finished the master course of baroque and classical flute in Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag with Wilbert Hazelzet and Kate Clark with honors and distinction.
He has played in some early music orchestras and ensembles like Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, Balthasar Neumann Orchestra, Australian Romantic&Classical Orchestra, Bach Orchestra and Choir of the Netherlands, Armonia Atenea, Luthers Bach Ensemble among others. Also, he takes part in different chamber music ensembles, such us The Goldfinch Ensemble, Academia de los Afectos or Sponte Sua, with whom he has played around Europe and he has won two international chamber music prizes ( First prize in the International Handel Competition in Gottingen 2016 / Second prize in the Early Music Competition in Val de Loire, 2015).