Pablo Druker, Conductor

Pablo Druker, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, began his musical studies in piano with Beatriz Tabares and Antonio De Raco. He studied orchestral conducting at the Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte (IUNA) with Mario Benzecry and then at the Robert Schumann Music Academy Düsseldorf with Rüdiger Bohn. He attended master classes in piano with Jean-Jacques Dünky, Akiko Ebi, Antonio De Raco and in orchestral conducting with Peter Rundel, Charles Dutoit, Santiago Santero and Enrique Arturo Diemecke. During his studies, he has conducted the Bergische Symphoniker, the Romanian Filarmonica ›Dinu Lipatti‹, the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen, the Symphony Orchestra IUNA and the Symphony Orchestra of the Robert Schumann Music Academy Düsseldorf. In addition he has taken lessons in composition with Santiago Santero, and in 2011 he obtained the Melos-Gandini fellowship to study composition with Gerardo Gandini.
As a conductor, he has been always interested in contemporary music and worked with renowned ensembles such as the Ensemble Lucilin (Luxembourg), Synergy Vocals (United Kingdom), Ensemble Süden (Argentina), Ensemble Opera Nova (Switzerland) and Ensemble Sonorama (Argentina). He has also participated as conductor in many music festivals, working with important artists such as Salvatore Sciarrino, Gerardo Gandini and Steve Reich. He was music director of the Ensemble Sirius, the Contemporary Music Ensemble IUNA and the Ensemble Musical Campus Bariloche.
Besides his activities as conductor, he has taught musical forms and analysis and the interpretation of contemporary music at IUNA in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for several years.

Updated: 2015-10-19