Pablo Martín Caminero

Pablo Martín Caminero. Photo by Noah Saye

Pablo Martín Caminero (Vitoria-Gasteiz, 1974), completed his studies in classical double bass at the Vienna High School in 1999. After this stage, he moved to Madrid where he began his career as a performer, composer and producer.

The diversity of musical styles he is interested in, has led him to collaborate with artists and projects of various genres such as Jorge Pardo, Gerardo Núñez, bandArt, Hippocampus, Chano Domínguez, Niño Josele, Rocío Molina, Enrike Solinís, Rosario “Tremendita”, and a long list of flamenco, jazz, classical and baroque projects.
In parallel, this versatility encourages him to compose music for films and advertising campaigns since 2006.

He released 5 albums to his name to date: Doméstica (BOST, 2005), El Caminero (BOST, 2011), O.F.N.I. (BOST, 2014), Salto al vacío (BOST, 2016) and Bost (BOST, 2020). In quintet format, the double bass player develops a repertoire of his own compositions where he expresses his musical vision based on two closely linked pillars: jazz and flamenco.

In 2016, he has led to stage the project Double Bach with the choreographer Antonio Ruz, in which he plays 2 cello suites from J. S. Bach in pizzicato. He has also collaborated with Antonio Ruz as symphonic composer in the Ballet Nacional de España production of Electra, and for In Paradisium of Compañía Nacional de Danza.
He continues with his intense musical activity through his own project, as well as the shows with ‘Enrike Solinís & Euskal Barrokensemble’, Abe Rabade Trío, Fellini Quartet, Bolita Trío, Miryam Latrece, Ana Morales…

He released in June 2021 his sixth album, Al Toque, the first in trio format (with Moisés P. Sánchez on piano and Paquito González on percussions), in which he covers 9 of the great works written for the flamenco guitar.