Pablo FitzGerald

Lute 

Archlute

Baroque guitar

Pablo FitzGerald started his studies of classical guitar at the age
of five, firstly at the Escuela de Música Creativa, and from the age of seven at the Conservatorio Profesional de Arturo Soria
(Madrid).


He soon develops and interest and sensibility towards Renaissance and Baroque repertoire, and after obtaining the
‘Grado Medio’ diploma of classical guitar, he starts his studies of
early plucked instruments and the same conservatoire, with Jesús
Sánchez. Since then, he has attended many early music courses,
receiving masterclasses from the likes of Paul O’Dette, Ariel
Abramovich, Juan Carlos de Mulder, Eduardo Egüez, Pablo
Márquez or Hopkinson Smith. In September 2017 he started his
Bachelor studies of lute at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Basel,
Switzerland) with Hopkinson Smith.


He has played with various groups such as La Capilla Real de
Madrid, La Grande Chapelle, La Guirlande, Ensemble Locatelli,
La Cetra Barockorchestre, I Pizzicanti, Bach Collegium Basel,
Musica Transalpina, Accademia Barocca Lucernensis or
Cantoría, amongst others, in venues around Spain, Switzerland,
France, Italy, Germany, Poland or India. He recently participated
in the albums “Spanish Travelling Virtuosi” with La Guirlande and
“Vendado es amor no es ciego” with Ensemble Los Elementos.
He is also a graduate from Universidad Complutense de Madrid in Musicology (Bachelor and Masters) with his end of studies
projects being: ‘Laments in the early operas of Francesco Cavalli’
(2016) and ‘Decio y Eraclea: critical edition of an anonymous
opera of 1708 kept at the National Library of Spain’ (2017).