Pablo Ardiles, obtained his Bachelor Degree of Arts in Chamber Music at the University of La Plata in Buenos Aires, Argentina and his Master of Music in violin performance at Carnegie Mellon University. He also holds an Artist Diploma from Duquesne University. While at Carnegie Mellon University, Mr. Ardiles studied with Aaron Bitran, violinist of the “Cuarteto Latinoamericano” and Andrés Cárdenes, concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony. At Duquesne University he studied with Movses Poggossian.
Pablo Ardiles has performed as a soloist, concertmaster, section principal and orchestra member of many orchestras and ensembles in the Tri-State area as well as in Latin American and European orchestras. He served as Concertmaster of the following orchestras: Lazarte Camerata, Tucuman, Argentina, 1989-91; San Damiano Consort, Pittsburgh, PA, 1991-94; San Luis Symphony, San Luis, Argentina, May 93 to Sept. 93; Butler Symphony, PA, 1994; Duquesne University Orchestra, 1995 and the Pittsburgh Festival Orchestra, 2009.
He coached the string section of several youth orchestras as well as ensembles and professional groups in the USA and abroad. In 1992 he started teaching chamber music at the Carnegie Mellon pre-college program.