Pablo Suárez Calero
From the press: Pablo Suárez is a special violinist, who does not content himself with repeating pre-established models, who does not want to follow any tradition, but wants to follow their truths and show them as they are, without artifice. His touch of the violin is clean and clear, concise and clear, with subtle bowing, exploring new sonorities.
This allows Suárez to restrain Ysaÿe's virtuosity and sentimentality, similar to French-speaking elegance, which is both lyrical and Cartesian, which does not lose its head or its heart, but enraptures it with beauty. Suárez showed the musical discourse of each sonata with a sense of ensemble, without disconnection between each of the six sonatas and between the various movements with which they are formed. (Review of concert with the violon Sonanatas of Eugène Ysaye)
Pablo Suárez was born in Madrid and studied with Nicolás Chumachenco at the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg, with Salvatore Accardo at the "Walter Stauffer" Accademia in Cremona and at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena, and with Agustín Dumay in Brussels. They have also had a great influence in their formation: Gonçal Comellas, Víctor Martín, J.Ellermann, Franco Gulli and Igor Ozim.