Pablo Tognan


Born into a family of musicians with a wide range of influences, Pablo's musical path reflects this diversity, leading him to take an interest in contrasting musical forms.

A graduate of the CNSMDP in cello (2008) and string quartet (2010), Pablo studied with Jean-Marie Gamard. He had previously won a prize at the CRR in Toulouse in Annie Cochet's class (2001), then at the ENM in Aulnay-sous-bois under Philippe Mûller (2003).
Her desire to broaden her musical horizons as much as possible has led her to perform with string quartets (Quatuor Tercea from 2010 to 2017) in order to explore the major repertoire, as well as with symphony orchestras (Orchestre National de Lille, Bordeaux, Toulouse, Lamoureux, etc.).

As a member of the Frivolités Parisiennes company, he helps to rediscover the vast repertoire of French Operetta. For two years (2008-2010), he was principal cellist with the Conservatoire's Orchestre des Lauréats. He performs regularly at the Marciac Festival, alongside musicians such as Richard Galliano, Baptiste Trotignon and Stacey
Stacey Kent.

His love of harmony, which he developed in particular with Bernard de Crépy at the Paris Conservatoire, enables him to write arrangements in both the classical and jazz worlds, with a particular interest in Brazilian music.

Pablo holds a CA in cello and currently teaches at the CRD in Romainville. He teaches not only cello, but also the history of jazz and chamber music.

He plays regularly with contemporary music ensembles such as Court-Circuit, Alternances, Itinéraire and Cairn.