As a producer dedicated to the promotion of classical music, Pablo Valero has made himself one of the youngest cultural managers with a remarkable impact in today’s international scene.
Pablo has presented concerts with some of the most renowned artists all over the world, with an updated and fresh understanding of the performing arts. In his career as an audiovisual producer and a communication specialist, he has worked with worldwide-renowned music institutions such as the Chopin Foundation of the United States, the Georgisch Kammerorkester Ingolstadt, Sonar Quartett or the European Union Youth Orchestra.
As a private manager, he has represented some of the most renowned Spanish soloist and member of the Spanish Nationals Choir and Orchestra, also being concert organizer for different festivals and concert series supported by institutions such as the Centre Pompidou, the Picasso Museum or the Russian Museum of Saint Petersburg, Spain.
Pablo studied flute at the Conservatoire Royal de Liège in Belgium with maestro Toon Fret. Besides being an active chamber music player with deep interest in contemporary and new music, Pablo committed also to the promotion of Spanish-rooted folk music, touring with his flamenco music and dance ensemble over countries such as Poland, Turkey, Italy or Portugal. He has also been presented as a jazz musician in some of the major jazz events of Spain, such as Madrid or Malaga’s International Jazz Festivals.
Since 2019, Pablo Valero is the Program Director of Miami International Piano Festival, one of the most renowned institutions in the piano world. Through it, and besides COVID complications, he has produced more than 40 piano recitals all over Florida in the last two years, with both established pianists and outstanding rising stars, being the American institution with the highest amount of piano concerts presented at the time.
With a curious understanding of the arts as a total, he founded the Madrid-based design and marketing agency “Courtiers.es”, through which he works with tens of musicians each year to improve their music communication through visual arts. He is also co-director of the Berlin-based managing and concert production agency “Amanda Group”.
His last audiovisual production, made in a XV century church in Venice for the European Commission, will be streamed worldwide in the inauguration event of the FIFA World Cup 2026, with an estimated audience of 1 billion people.