Pablo Zinger is widely acclaimed as a conductor, pianist, composer, arranger, writer, lecturer and narrator, specializing on Piazzolla, tango, zarzuela, and Latin American music. He has accompanied Plácido Domingo, and recorded with Paquito D’Rivera and Astor Piazzolla. He leads the Valencia-based Zinger Septet, has written for The NY Times, Opera News, and lectured for The NY Philharmonic.
He wrote the tango musical Bela, and the NY Times acclaimed Las tentaciones de González. His show Bésame mucho won the HOLA and ACE prizes. He was Musical Director of the Zarzuela Series at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. He has conducted for Paquito D’Rivera, Tito Puente, Dave Valentin, & Néstor Torres, and led the Costa Rica National Symphony, Simón Bolívar Orchestra, Maribor Philharmonic, Montevideo Philharmonic, Montevideo Pro Opera and Bronx Arts.