Born in Belgium into a family of musicians from Argentina, Pablo Matías Becerra has been immersed in a musical environment all his life.
Pablo Matías Becerra is known for the depth of his interpretations, his sound quality, and his poetic sensitivity. His musical approach is a sophisticated blend of passion, feeling, devotion, and his personal vision of the musician’s role.
After hearing him perform in Budapest, Tamás Vásáry called him “an unparalleled musician endowed with superb technique. He genuinely feels the music and interprets it masterfully.”
He studied first with Françoise Wel, then with Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden and Burkard Spinnler at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. His musical curiosity led him to join Franco Scala and Laura Richaud’s class at the Accademia di Musica Pinerolo, and in 2009 he had the incredible opportunity to study orchestral conducting under Maestro Patrick Davin at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. In 2010 he met Rena Shereshevskaya, under whose instruction he continued to develop his skills, through 2014, at the Ecole Normale Alfred Cortot. He has had the privilege of receiving lessons and musical guidance from luminaries such as Eric Heidsieck and Tamás Vásáry.
Throughout his career, his musical sensibility has earned him numerous distinctions in performances and competitions. He has performed in concert as a soloist and chamber musician in many countries, and with orchestras in Argentina and Belgium. For several years now, the duo of Pablo Matías Becerra and the talented Belgian soprano Julie Gebhart has been an integral part of the Belgian music scene. Pablo Matías Becerra performs the music that moves him, making his repertoire an eclectic blend that spans from Bach to the present day, including composers such as Kapustin and Piazzolla.
In 2021 his first CD dedicated to Granados piano music was issued under worldwide label Brilliant Classics.
Up until now he had the chance to play as a soloist with orchestra in Belgium and Argentina and to play solo and in chamber music in Argentina, Belgium, France, Italy, Hungary, Austria, Holland, Estonia.