Pablo Romero Luis stands out as one of the most versatile guitarists of his generation. His curious and restless spirit keeps his creativity at full steam ahead. His flexibility as a performer has allowed him to recreate in an eclectic language music ranging from classical music to flamenco, jazz, and popular music.
Pablo has a long trajectory playing in a wide variety of shows, in different countries, both as a soloist and as a accompanist of other instruments, dance, and voice. Currently he is part of the cast of Sara Calero dance company in some of her shows, offering concerts held at Jerez Festival, Flamenco Festival of Toulouse (France), Teatro Massimo Bellini (Sicilia), Suzzane de la Centre Tel Aviv (Israel) or Flamenco Festival Russia in Saint Petersburg (Russia). He was invited to collaborate with Madrid Royal Theatre and he plays in jazz fusion bands. He has produced various personal projects and he has two CDs published. Moreover, he has been awarded the first prize in the International Guitar Competition Ángel Piñero.
Apart from his role as performer and recording artist, Romero Luis is a teacher, arranger, transcriber, and composer. He has been director of the guitar magazine Sexto Orden for seven years, and he is the co-author of a flamenco guitar method with Jose Deluna (Spanish Flamenco Guitar Society director).
Pablo began his studies of guitar at age seven with Fidel Garcia, a concert guitarist and a professor at the municipal school of his hometown. Later, he studied with Claudio Schmidt at the Rodolfo Halffter Conservatory. In 2009, he obtained an undergraduate degree in guitar performance at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, during which time he participated in numerous master classes with luminaries such as Jose Luis Rodrigo or Jose Maria Gallardo. He has continued his musical training from the classical tradition to other musical universes. He studies flamenco guitar with Jose Deluna and Jose Antonio Rodriguez and electric guitar and jazz with Felix Santos. Pablo earned a degree in Guitar Pedagogy and a Master’s degree in Performance and Composition, and he obtained his Ph.D. in Music in 2017 at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos of Madrid under the supervision of Dr. Paco Gómez.