Pablo Rubino

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Professional violinist, currently Chief of Second Violins in the Teatro Argentino Permanent Orchestra. Studied Composition at the La Plata National University, where he graduated with the highest average of his class, scoring a 10/10 in his Diploma Thesis.

In recent years he developed an international career as a composer, and participated as violinist in the Argentinean premiere of works such as “In Vain” (G.F. Haas), “Begehren” (Beat Furrer, with the composer conducting), “Written on Skin” (G. Benjamin), “De Materie” (L. Andrissen), among others.

Some of his pieces received premiere in international festivals, and he took individual lessons and/or  masterclasses with some of the most renewed composers of today, as, among others, Helmut Lachenmann, Beat Furrer, Simon Steen-Andersen, Mark Andre, Pierluigi Billone.

He is currently Assistant Professor of Contemporary Repertoire at the La Plata National University. 

He participated in many festivals and received some prizes, among others: Toru Takemitsu Composition Award 1st Prize; IMPULS Academy 2019; TACEC Generation Festival; highSCORE Festival (Pavia, Italy, 2018); Bruno Maderna Composers Competition; Premio Juan Carlos Paz (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2017); Nordic Saxophone Festival in 2015, 2016 and 2017; Maurice Ravel Contest (Italy, 2015); Musique sans frontiers organized by The Alvarez Chamber Orchestra

Ordered by year. Most recent works appears first

Chamber Group ( 2 - 4 instruments )


Turdus Rufiventris Turdus Rufiventris - for two violas (2019)
Pendular Pendular - for string quartet (2018)

Chamber Ensemble (5 - 9 instruments)


Proto Proto - for 9 instruments (2019)

String Quartet


Pendular Pendular - for string quartet (2018)

Solo Instrument


Los unos en uno y el uno Los unos en uno y el uno - for five timpani (one player) (2017)

Symphony Orchestra


Entelequias Entelequias - for orchestra (2016)
Entelequias Entelequias - for orchestra (2016)
Los unos en uno y el uno Los unos en uno y el uno - for five timpani (one player) (2017)
Pendular Pendular - for string quartet (2018)
Proto Proto - for 9 instruments (2019)
Turdus Rufiventris Turdus Rufiventris - for two violas (2019)