Pablo Quinteros, Choral Conductor, singer and musical arranger, he studied choral direction on the “Conservatorio Provincial Juan José Castro” of Buenos Aires, orchestral conducting with Mtro. Jorge Fontenla, opera conducting with Mtro. Antonio Russo and Mtro. Carlos Vieu, singing with Maestros Ricardo Catena and Ricardo Yost, composition and arrangements with Juan “Pollo” Raffo and Daniel Camelo.
He was invited by the Buenos Aires’s Ministry of Culture, Cultural Promotion Department, to create and conduct Agrupación Coral Porteña, which belongs to the Circuit of Cultural Venues, and to start managing the musical and artistic direction of the Coros Porteños Programme of the
department. In 2012, he was invited by both the Ministry of Modernization and the Ministry of Culture of Buenos Aires City to create and conduct the City Government Employees’Choir. He still conducts this group, which belongs to the Coros Porteños Programme (dedicated to the promotion of the socio-cultural life of Buenos Aires city through choral music).
As choral director and arranger, he leads the Coro ITMC Buenosayres, CORAL ALMAVIVA, VOCAL A LA CARTA and CORO Boca Jrs.
Pablo was invited to conduct Vivaldi’s Oratorio Judita Triumphans, leading FUNDAMUS group’s soloists, choir and orchestra in November 2008. That association invited him again to conduct the choir of the opera Dido and Eneas, performed at the Avenida Theatre in Buenos Aires City. In 2012, he conducted the choirs of Verdi’s opera Aida with stage version at the Avenida Theatre for the same association in partnership with Melodramma.
In 2007, Pablo formed the Nueva Ópera company, as an artistic director and conductor, with which they opened the season performing Haendel’s Acis and Galatea in the Empire Theatre of Buenos Aires in June of the same year. They received enthusiastic reviews. They also performed Gala Lírica in 2008, Haendel’s Apollo and Dafne and Pergolesi’s Serva Padrona in 2009. These days, Nueva Ópera is focusing on its own educational-cultural Project.
He is also the music director of Ensamble Nova, group that focuses on the interdisciplinary scenic genre.
Pablo has formed the research artistic group Opera 3.0, based on the new concept of Technoculture, in partnership with Florencia Bendersky (régisseur) and Santiago Gelabert (Multimedia design).
As an instructor, Pablo has taught musical language at Vicente Lopez’s Conservatorio Municipal de Música y Danza José Hernández and, at present, he is a teacher of the subjects Repertoire I and II and Choir I and II in the course of studies of professional singing at the Instituto Tecnológico de Música Contemporánea (ITMC).
In 2016 the choir “ITMC BUENOSAYRES”ensemble participated in the 20th anniversary concert of Martin Palmeri´s Misatango, held in Carnegie Hall (NY-USA), such event was organized by the DCINY (Distinguished Concerts International NewYork); In 2017 he took part in the world premiere of Martín Palmieri’s Tango Credo, invited by the same organizing institution.
This concert took place at the Lincoln Center (NYUSA) on the 30th of April 2017.
He has studied opera singing with the senior teacher Ricardo Catena, oustanding soloist baritone of the Colon Theatre, and with the great teacher Ricardo Yost, teacher at the Instituto Superior de Artes of the Colón Theatre. Both of them lead Pablo to elaborate on the opera baritone repertoire and chamber music. He studied repertoire with Marina Ruiz, repertoire teacher at the Instituto Superior de Artes of the Colón Theatre. At present, he is furthering his studies on vocal technique with the tenor Gabriel Renauld, soloist of the Colón Theatre.
As a singer, he has participated in operas with stage versión such as «Il Corsario’ by G. Verdi, «Dido and Eneas» by H. Pourcell, «Il Campanello» by G. Donizetti and «La Sonámbula» by V. Bellini, which were peformed at the lyric theatre Roma of Avellaneda and at the Cervantes National Theatre. He was part of the stable staff of «La Traviata» by Verdi shown in 2002 at the Luna Park stadium, as well as on the related tour throughout the interior of Argentina´s. He was part of the stable staff of «Carmen» by Bizet, which was performed at the Luna Park stadium in February, March and July 2003.
He was a member of Juventus Lírica opera company from 2003 to 2010, with which as a singer he took part in the operas La Boheme and Tosca by G. Puccini, I Pagliaci by R. Leoncavallo, Don Giovanni and The Magic Flute by W. A. Mozart, Die Fliedermaus by J. Strauss, La Traviata, Falstaff and Rigoletto by G. Verdi, Lélisir d’amore by G. Donizetti, The Tales of Hoffmann by J. Offenbach, Wozzeck by A. Berg, Carmen by Bizet, and Romeo and Juliet by Ch. Gounoud which were performed at the Avenida Theatre of Buenos Aires and toured in the rest of the country.
Pablo was invited by the opera association FUNDAMUS in order to play the main role in Mozart’s opera The Goose of Cairo, which was performed in November 2006 at La Manufactura Papelera cultural centre. Simultaneously, he took part in the Opera Integration Workshop 2006 for which he was invited by the Instituto Superior de Artes of the Colón Theatre so as to play the main role in the opera A Hand of Bridge by S. Parker, which was on at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. He was invited by the régisseur and conductor Pablo Gonzalez to sing the main role in the opera La Cambiale di Matrimonio by G. Rossini, which was held at the Roma theatre of Avellaneda, in Abril 2008. As a soloist in symphonic choir works, Pablo has performed the Réquiem by G. Faure together with the Choir and Orchestra of Salvador University conducted by Minister Ricardo Sidelnik, L. V. Beethoven’s Mass in C major with San Martin’s town hall’s Orchestra, A. Dvorak’s Mass in D conducted by Minister Gustavo Jiménez along with the orchestra of Radio Nacional conducted by Bracha Baldman, and G. Faure’s Réquiem together with the Choir and Orchestra of J. M. de Falla Conservatory conducted by Minister Sebastián Tellado.
As a popular genre solo singer, he has taken part in many projects, together with Federico Meyer (Aire deTango), Felipe Bonacina (Duelo de Criollos) and Guillermo Marigliano (Marigliano-Quinteros duet).
He has broad experience in voice training, having been summoned by Buenos Aires University’s Speech Therapy (Phoniatry) Faculty to give seminars on singing voice since 2016.