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Pablo Elorza Pablo Elorza

Pablo Elorza (born in Villa María, Córdoba, Argentina on June 10, 1982). Bass player, Composer, Arranger, Author, Producer and Educator.

In 2013, wins two important awards related his third solo album “Japanese Garden “. Nationally award for “Outstanding Performer “ from “ Igualdad Cultural”. And International award in the category of “Composer “ by “Made In New York Jazz Competition” having been chosen by a Jazz legends jury Randy Brecker, Joe Lovano , and Lenny White.

In 2012, he recorded his third album “Japanese Garden” with a big band he called “Pablo Elorza Orchestra”. This lineup was created in late 2011 bringing together a large group of renowned Argentine jazz artists. The compositions of the album, all originals, can be framed within the genre fusion or world music with rhythmic elements from all over the world and the improvisational flavor of jazz.

In September of the same year he began a video lesson series called “Deep Into Electric Bass Classics “ analyzing different classics in the history of the instrument as Havona , Continuum , Portrait of Tracy from legendary bassist Jaco Pastorius, among others. This series has been recognized by various global Electric Bass sites as “ No Treble” , “ For Bass Players Only “ , “Bass The World”, “Play Bass Now” , among other with publications as “ Top1 Video of the Week “ “ Spotlight Bassist “ and others, in addition to being named “Guest Teacher “ for regular publications .

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Jardin Japones

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2012

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