Thirteen-year-old (2004) Pablo Strong studies singing with Jennifer Lilleystone. He made his operatic debut as Cricket (The Cunning Little Vixen) in February 2001 with English National Opera and premiered the role of Miles in Luc Bondy's Aix-en-Provence production of The Turn of the Screw under Daniel Harding. Other performances include the part of Amahl in Francesca Zambello's BBC film of Amahl and the Night Visitors under Richard Hickox, and in February 2003 he made his debut at The Royal Opera, Covent Garden as the Third Boy in Die Zauberflöte under Sir Colin Davis.
In concert Pablo Strong has performed the Pie Jesu in Fauré's Requiem under Thierry Fischer, sung in Bernstein's Chichester Psalms under Leonard Slatkin, and appeared as the treble soloist in Barry's God Save the Queen at the Aldeburgh Festival in June 2002 under Thomas Ades. --Sleeve Notes