Born in Granada in 1983, Sergio Pamies is one of the most promising young Spanish musicians of the present day. Despite his young age, Pamies already possesses a wealth of international experience as the leader of his own band, having performed in festivals in Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Colombia, and China. Throughout his projects, he has also collaborated with outstanding artists, such as Horacio Fumero, Víctor de Diego, Matthew Simon, Gonzalo del Val, Michael Miskie- wicz, and Zbigniew Wegehaupt, even including stars of international acclaim such as Christian Scott, Rubem Dantas, Antonio Serrano, Diego Amador, and Pepe Luis Carmona “Habichuela” (all of whom collaborated in the making of “Borrachito”).
In addition to his constant dedication to composition and performing, Pamies simultaneously continues to develop his teaching career. He currently serves as Teaching Assistant in the University of North Texas, teaching piano and band classes, and directing the group, “The Zebras”, while also studying a Doctorate in Jazz Piano under the direction of Stefan Karlsson and Dr. John Murphy. Read More