After an exciting debut in China at the National Center for the Arts and two sold-out concerts in Mexico City, Pablo travels to a new continent for his debut with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra under the baton of conductor Alexander Shelley.
The five stops on the tour are the cities of Wellington, Auckland, Kerikeri, Tauranga y Napier between July 22 and 29 where he will perform Rodrigo’s “Concierto de Aranjuez”. New Zealand is part of Pablo’s current international tour through nine countries and over 30 cities.
“I had always dreamed of playing in New Zealand which is such a unique country with a fascinating culture and beautiful landscapes. It makes me very happy to be able to share with the audience my roots through Spanish music” – said Pablo as he landed in the windy city of Wellington.
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