Pablo Lapidusas, a musician from the new generation of excellent Argentine pianists and composers, will perform at TEMPO – Teatro Municipal de Portimão on April 9, at 7:00 pm, as part of the VI Algarve International Piano Festival.
Tickets cost between €15 and €25 and are on sale at https://tempo.bol.pt, at the TEMPO box office and at the usual places.
Pianist, composer, producer and teacher (Argentina/Brazil), Pablo Lapidusas holds a bachelor’s degree in music from Unicamp in São Paulo and a master’s degree in Jazz Performance from the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa.
He released 6 albums – “Ouriço” (2008), “Estrangeiro” (2013), “Live in Johannesburg” (2015), “Bora” (2018), “Ombligo” (2021), “Zambujeira” (2021) – and one sheet music (“Pianoworks I”) with his own compositions.
He collaborated with numerous artists (Hermeto Pascoal, I Musici di Montreal, Marcelo D2, Cesar Camargo Mariano, Edu Lobo, Jaques Morelembaum, Hamilton de Holanda, Marcus Wyatt, Carlos Malta, Eugene Friesen, Ehud Ettun, Zezé Motta, Wanda Sá, Quarteto em Cy, Gabriel Grossi, Victor Biglione, Maria João, among many others) on recordings, TV/Radio specials and tours in more than 30 countries.
In 2021, Pablo received the Music Professionals Award in the “soundtrack” category, for the music of the RTP series “Herdeiros de Saramago”.
In addition to being a performer and producer, Pablo has an intense teaching schedule, teaching classes, workshops and masterclasses in Portugal, Brazil, Italy, Israel and India.