Alan Pribizchuk, born in Ciudad del Este (Paraguay), is a bassist, double bass player, composer and teacher.
He began his musical studies at the age of 14 at the Music School of Capellades, studying classical piano with teachers such as Pere Lluís Biosca, Lluís Arnan Petit and Frederic Prat.
At the age of 17 he began to teach himself electric bass. Later, he studied Jazz and Modern Music at Taller de Músics Escola de Música. In 2017, he entered Taller de Músics ESEM on several scholarships, graduating in 2021.
He has been taught by musicians such as Manel Vega, Jordi Gaspar, Martín Leiton, Pau Lligadas, David Mengual, Néstor Giménez, Jordi Farrés, Ramon Cardo, Carola Ortiz, and Santi de la Rubia, among others.
He has also attended different masterclasses given by Carles Benavent, Omar Sosa, Perico Sambeat, Ernesto Aurignac, Xavi Torres, Guillermo McGill, Chris Cheek and Chano Domínguez.
As a performer he has played in various formations with very varied styles and has collaborated on several performances and recordings with the likes of Omar Sosa, Jofre Fité, Denis Suárez, Joel Ríos, Natsuko Sugao, Pau Solsona, Pep Mula, Edu Pons and Odette Telleria. He has also collaborated on recordings with artists such as Vance Joy, Enric Verdaguer and Pribiz.
Nowadays, he collaborates in several bands, and he is also starting a personal project, with with his own compositions and lyrics, and with Roger Calduch on drums and Clara Bosch on vocals.
He also works as a teacher of electric bass, instrumental ensemble, harmony, jazz techniques and big band arrangements at Taller de Músics Escuela de Música.
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