Described by the Fanfare Magazine in 2018 as a genuine poet at the keyboard, Pablo Suaste’s elegant and virtuosic artistry has led him to be recognized as a rising artist in the music world.
In January 2017, Mr. Suaste won the Aeolian Classics Emerging Artist Award at the Chicago College of Performing Arts; as a result, he recorded a debut solo album dedicated to works of Franz Liszt , released in 2017 on Aeolian Classics. As the Aeolian Classics Emerging Artist Award winner, he also performed in a seven-tour recital around Chicago.
In August 2018 Pablo was awarded with the second prize at the Esperanza Cruz International Piano Competition. He was awarded with the third prize at the UDG National competition in Mexico, where he also received the prize for the best rendition of the compulsory piece. In addition, he recently received the bronze medal at the Angelica Morales International Piano Competition in Mexico.
Past performance highlights include appearances at important concert venues in Mexico and the US, including his debut with orchestra conducted by the world recognized pianist and conductor Philippe Entremont with the Xalapa Symphony Orchestra, and most recently a successful debut at the Fine Arts Palace with the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico.
Pablo Suaste studies a Masters Degree in piano performance at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam with professor Naum Grubert. In June 2020, Pablo was the recipient of the Holland Scholarship granted by the Amsterdam University of the Arts. In addition, Pablo is supported by the Jacques Vonk Foundation and the National Music Foundation with the use of a grand piano. Despite his recent arrival in the Netherlands, Suaste is a commited educator in his community, and alongside his career as a performer, he has a total of 38 piano students in IJburg, where he aims to educate and spread classical music to children and their families.