Pablo Ablanedo

Pablo Ablanedo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a composer, pianist and music teacher. In 1996, he graduated with a diploma in Jazz Composition from Berklee College of Music, where he took part in the last courses taught by the legendary trumpet player Herb Pomeroy. Pablo’s artistic development owes much to the Argentinian pianist Susana Bonora, who he has been working with since the 80’s. In 1999, he joined forces with a diverse group of Jazz players to form the Pablo Ablanedo Octet. In the decade since, the group has recorded three albums on Fresh Sound New Talent Records. From Down There (2001) and Alegría (2004) received 4 and 4½ stars, respectively, in Down Beat Magazine, and JazzMan Magazine (France) gave the multi-artist project The Sound of New York Underground (2004) its highest rating CHOC

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There are times in the score when the music feels so lithe and delicate and tenuous that the charts feel as if they are literally angular and elastic, and the notes inhabit the musical tapestry forming a kind of shifting sand in the rhythm section. Ironically it is also this section of the ensemble that is the glue that holds all the other musical instruments together. This is especially true of the composer’s pianism that is full of rhythmic and harmonic subtlety that seems to be barely there, but at the same time forms the diaphanous fabric of the music that flows throughout the background—and sometimes the foreground—of each of the musical compositions and interpretations

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Primary Instrument

Composer/conductor

Location

Cambridge, MA

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Albums

ReContraDoble
ReContraDoble
Creative Nation Music
2013
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The Sound of New York...
Fresh Sound New Talent
2004
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Alegria
Alegria
Fresh Sound New Talent
2003
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[no cover]
From Down There
Fresh Sound New Talent
2001
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