BIO

Pablo Bianchi is an Argentinian guitarist and director of the music studio “Escultores del Aire” where he is dedicated to teaching and musical production. He began to study music at the age of 8 and performed in renowned theaters, television channels, radios and cultural centers as part of several concerts of the Music School No. 2 where he graduated. He studied classical guitar with Liliana Taboada and continued his studies with Miguel Oropeza (guitarist of the Kamikaze Group). In 2000 he won the first place in the contest “Usuaria Joven 2000” for his theme “Todo Puede Pasar”.

Throughout his career, Pablo Bianchi, was part of different projects among which stand out “Sector 7G” (instrumental Rock); “Angel Song” (Melodic Metal); “Polvo de Ángel” (Hard rock); “La Piruchos” (Rock), where he edited 2 albums and performed several national tours and presentations in the main venues of the local music scene; “Cronología”, project of Eduardo Frezza (singer and original bass player of the ensemble “El Reloj”) in which he interpreted classic themes of the progressive and symphonic National Rock of the 70’s from the legendary group; And “La Carga” (Rock) band with 4 albums edited and 20 years of experience in which he was supporting artist for Dream Theater in Mandarine Park, Rick Wakeman in the Theater Gran Rex, Deep Purple at Luna Park, Luciano Ligabue at the Teatro Gran Rex, Ricardo Arjona at Velez Sarsfield Stadium, among others. Also, while he was part of other projects, he made presentations at the “Fiesta de los Jardines” (Villa la Angostura – Neuquén), Rock and Pop (Villa la Angostura – Neuquén) and several radios, among others.

In his role as teacher and director of the study “Escultores del Aire”, Bianchi, produced the “Escultores Rock Festival” in which the most experienced students performed in various theaters and venues with professional musicians playing classic themes of all time.

Currently, Pablo is developing his solo project under the name POL. In this project he captures his years of experience and his perspective on music and the world.