Award-winning pianist Pablo Arencibia played his first public performances when he was four years old,
initiating a career as a piano soloist that led him to perform in multiple countries such as Venezuela,
Spain, USA, France, Greece, Rumania, and Colombia. He graduated from the Juan José Landaeta
National Conservatory (Caracas, Venezuela) and holds a Master of Music degree in Jazz Piano
Performance from the University of South Florida.
Pablo Arencibia has performed with internationally acclaimed orchestras such as the Caracas Municipal
Orchestra and the Spanish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra; and he has performed and
recorded with a wide variety of national and international artists including Jorge Pérez, Federico Nathan,
Bobby Martinez, Jack Wilkins, Tim Franklin, James Suggs, Carlos Rossi, Javier Bruna, Whitney James,
Dave Rudolph, LaRue Nickelson, Miguel Asensio, La Lucha, and many others. He was also the musical
director for the Spanish musical theater show “Ay Carmela” national tour.
With more than 20 years of experience as an educator, Pablo Arencibia has taught piano and other
music courses at the Creativa School of Music (Madrid) and TAI Arts (Rey Juan Carlos University,
Madrid), among other institutions. He was also appointed Director of the TAI Arts Contemporary Music
Composition Program. He currently teaches at the University of South Florida, University of Tampa, and
Hillsborough Community College.