Live Performing

From playing at the RCDE Stadium in Barcelona or the Radio City Music Hall in NYC with Alejandro Sanz, to playing at Moscow’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception with Sagrada Família’s chief organist Juan de la Rubia —Pau does it all.

Throughout his career Pau has shared the stage with many different artists from a wide palette of music genres who have trusted him with the guitar roles. Big names such as Alejandro Sanz (Multi Grammy award-winning Spanish artist) with whom he has toured in the United States, South America, Central America, Mexico and Spain, performing also at the Latin Grammy Awards Gala in Las Vegas in 2019, and multi Latin Grammy award-winning songwriter and rapper from Madrid C. Tangana with whom he performed at the same gala in 2021.

He has performed live with multiple other artists, including Canadian-American singer and composer Rufus Wainwright (Festival Jardins de Pedralbes 2017), Catalan singer Sílvia Pérez Cruz (47a Cantada d’Havaneres, Calella de Palafrugell 2013) and Israeli singer Tal Ben Ari (Babel F.A.S.T. Romania 2014, Comedy Club Paris 2014, Jewish Lorca Murcia 2014).

He has performed regularly with renowned flamenco artist Mayte Martín (Auditorio Nacional de Madrid 2016, Palacio de Carlos V de Granada 2017), Catalan singer-songwriters Lídia Pujol (Théâtre Rialto de Montreal 2014, Celtic Connections Glasgow 2012, FCB Camp Nou 2013), Judit Neddermann, Alfonso de Vilallonga, Vic MirallasFeliu Ventura, flamenco singer and composer Carles Dénia, and Massachusetts singer-songwriter Hayley Reardon (City Winery Boston 2022, Live-From-The-Lab at Telefunken Soundstage Connecticut 2022).

He’s also active in the Classical Music scene, having performed a very special church organ and classical guitar duo set with Sagrada Família’s chief organist Juan de la Rubia at Moscow’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (2018), a duo concert with soprano Susanna Puig Ferrés at the Moscow Opera House (2015), a New Year’s Eve concert with cellist Oscar Alabau at St. Niklaus-Kapelle in the Swiss Alps (Gstaad, 2014), performed Catalan composer Feliu Gasull‘s “Contra-Xions” concert for guitar and orchestra with Murtra Ensemble (2011) and recorded an album with mezzo-soprano María José Montiel (2014).

Studio Work

As a session musician, Pau is highly sought-after and appears on countless records by artists that vary greatly in terms of musical genres and contexts. His guitars (nylon string, steel string and electric) can be heard in all the tracks in this playlist selection.