Pablo Manavello was born on May 21st, 1950 in Treviso, Italy. He has lived in Venezuela, Spain and Brasil. Currently, he lives in Miami, Florida. Due to his prolonged residence in various parts of the world, he is fluent in English, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese.
He began his musical career in 1965 as the lead guitarist of “Los Memphis,” a Venezuelan rock band. Since then, he has endeavored in various factions within the music industry: Session musician, arranger, producer, composer, A&R and publisher.
Pablo studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston, and graduated Cum Laude with a bachelors degree in Film Scoring. Along with Vytas Brenner, he founded the legendary Venezuelan fusion band, “Ofrenda.”
With great success, he has been in charge of countless productions with various artists, many of them co-writing their biggest hits with Pablo. In addition, Pablo has scored the music for five major motion pictures, several documentaries, and many jingles for renown agencies and products. Furthermore, Pablo was the musical director of the Venezuelan TV network, Venevision, for many years.
Pablo has been awarded multiple gold and platinum records for his work as producer for Ricardo Montaner, Olga Tanon, Paralamas, Marcos Llunas, Carlos Mata, Yolandita Monge, Kiara and Melissa, among others. He has also received awards for his work in the film industry.
As a writer, Pablo has collaborated with Ricardo Montaner, Luis Fonsi, Nito Mestre, Alberto Plaza, Cristian Zalles, Alejandro Montaner, Claudia Brant, Nicole Chirino, Gary Burr, Mark Sanders, Stephanie Bentley, and other well known artists and composers.