Pablo Valero Alcázar


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Pablo Valero is a concert and audiovisual producer, advisor and creative director specializing in the cultural industries who serves some of the most important institutions and artists in the international cultural scene - recording, promoting or organizing more than 200 concerts every season. Since 2018, Pablo is the Program Director of the Miami International Piano Festival and Academy, an institution with which he shares deep musical and professional ideals. Working closely to its artistic director and founder, Giselle Brodsky, he had the chance to gain an uncommon overview of the international music scene, which deeply favors artistry and the strong impact of music in social contexts. 

While working at the Miami International Piano Festival, Pablo coordinates tens performance and pedagogical projects at the US, Germany, Italy and Spain every season. Among these, he supports the production of the festival’s ‘Discovery Series’, which presents six concerts every season in Miami Beach, the ‘Aventura Series - Classical Sundays at Five’, with seven concerts at the Aventura Arts & Culture Center, as well as the Academy projects in Miami Beach, Villa Medici Guilini and Gustav Mahler Culture Center - both locations in Northern Italy. 

Pablo made his first steps in the concert-services-field at ‘Festival Internacional de Música de Cámara Málaga Clásica’, initiating at the same time his career as an audiovisual producer and cultural manager, and quickly started to work for top-tier institutions such as the European Union Youth Orchestra, National Orchestra and Choir of Spain, the Chopin Foundation of the United States, GKO Ingolstadt, Kawai, and The Golandsky Institute, and artists such as Josu De Solaun, Christoph Eschenbach, Igor Gruppman, Pablo Heras-Casado, Andrés Salado, Mario Haring, Juanjo Mena, Pablo González, Manuel Hernández-Silva, and María Dueñas among many others. His productions have been broadcasted in state-of-the-art cultural TV channels, such as, EUROARTS, Allegro HD and Classica HD. 

In 2020, Pablo founded ‘Courtiers’, a creative agency specializing in the cultural industries that he currently co-directs. Through Courtiers, Pablo has helped re-shape the visual image and communications of institutions in his home country such as the Spanish Youth Orchestra (JONDE), Spanish National Orchestra and Choir, Orquesta de Extremadura, Clásica FM, Madrid International Piano Competition or the Asociación Española de Orquestas Sinfónicas, and has led audiovisual projects with ensembles such as Orquesta de Córdoba, Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga, Orquesta Sinfónica de la Región de Murcia, Orquesta de Castilla y León, Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, etc.

He was also in charge of the instruction in musical-audiovisual skills for the community of professional music teachers in the region of Madrid, a city where he also regularely gives production masterclasses at Escuela Superior Musical Arts. 

Pablo started studying flute performance at Conservatorio Superior de Música de Málaga, in Southern Spain, obteining his college degree at Conservatoire Royal de Liège in Belgium and later doing a master in Music Business and Protection of Musical Heritage at Universidad de Granada. As a multidisciplinary musician, he has performed in most major international jazz festivals and renowned modern music clubs of Spain, toured Europe with his flamenco, Andalussian-folk-music ensemble, premiered contemporary pieces by Premio Reina Sofía awarded composers, and served as a recording artist for several documentaries and films at the National Broadcasting Television of Spain (RTVE). His main “flute influences” were Juan Carlos Chornet, Toon Fret and Eugenia Moliner. 

Among his latest audiovisual productions, noteworthy is the compilation of concerts for flute and orchestra by C.P.E. Bach recorded with Ariel Zuckermann and the Georgische Kammerorchester Ingolstadt for the EUROARTS television channel, the documentary film for the 40th aniversary of the National Youth Orchestra of Spain, and a a production with the European Union Youth Orchestra at the 16th-century St. Redentore Church in Venice.










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