Pablo Suárez was born in Madrid and studied with Nicolas Chumachenco at the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg, with Salvatore Accardo at the Accademia "Walter Stauffer" in Cremona and at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena, and with Agustín Dumay in Brussels. They have also had a great influence in their formation: Gonçal Comellas, Víctor Martín, J.Ellermann, Franco Gulli and Igor Ozim.
He has been guest conductor at Orchester Philarmonique de Marseille, Orchester National Bordeaux Aquitaine, Galicia Symphony Orchestra, Reina Sofía Chamber Orchestra, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Danish Orchestra, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra and Island Symphony Orchestra, among others.
He has performed numerous concerts and recitals in Spain, Germany, Ukraine, France, Italy, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Iceland, Canada, Turkey, Finland and Norway. The "Grandes Sonatas Románticas" cycle in the Auditorio Conde Duque in Madrid, the 24 Caprichos of N. Paganini in the Music Cycle of the University of Seville and in the Auditorium of Tres Cantos (Madrid), and the Six Sonatas For solo violin by E. Ysaÿe in Solé Luthier in Barcelona and in the Monastery of San Bernardo in Alcalá de Henares.
He has released as a soloist the work "Resonance of Tides" by César Camarero at the Teatro Principal de Burgos together with the Reina Sofía Chamber Orchestra.
Record for Radio France, RAI Italia and Radio Televisión Española. He collaborates with artists like Maurizio Pollini, Bruno Giuranna, Jean Jacques-Kantorow, Lawrence Foster, Christophe Rousset, among others.
In 2011 he founded the Ensemble Praeteritum, a group that he directs and which he bases his interpretation on personal and novel criteria, with the aim of creating a special beauty destined to the enjoyment of the public. With the Ensemble Praeteritum he has performed at festivals and venues such as the Juan March Foundation, the Madrid and Castilla-La Mancha Theaters Network, and the Madrid Sacred Music Festival, among others. In December of 2014 publishes with the seal QTV Classics the cd "The Four Seasons of Antonio Vivaldi Senza Fine version": an original idea in which each station and movement are united by means of cadences and improvisations, being thus a concert without interruption.
Pablo Suárez is currently a violin teacher at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón and director of the Ensemble Praeteritum. He collaborates with the group La Tempestad, directed by Silvia Márquez.
He plays a violin Nicola Gagliano, Naples 1780.