Panebianco’s music combine classical, flamenco and jazz, with the most relevant elements of his native Cuba. Coming from the purist approach of classical guitar, cuban guitarist and composer Panebianco, submerge himself in a constant search towards his own unique style, building his path to an inner journey that led to a distinctive voice that characterize his creative spirit.
The music from his native Cuba, the latin jazz, the flamenco and the brazilian music influences, and even the guitar itself, serve as a platform to channel one of the most talented personalities of today Cuban music scene”.
With considerable impact on both the general public and specialised critics, he has take his artistry to various parts of the planet, most notably in the USA, Japan, UK, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Spain, Germany, Austria, France, Poland, the Czech Republic, Greece, Portugal, Malta, Turkey, Morocco, South Korea, Venezuela Chile, Mexico, Cuba, Jamaica, Guyana, Belgium and the Dominican Republic.
Gifted with an amazing versatility his music range from purely popular pieces to symphonic compositions. At the Cemal Resit Rey Konser Hall in Istanbul with the city´s Philharmonic Orchestra, he premiered his composition Concerto Latino #1 (2001) for guitar and string orchestra. After the great success of this work Panebianco has composed Concerto de Lublin (2003), commissioned by the Lublin Guitar Festival and Lublin Philharmonic Orchestra, Concerto de Estambul (2003),for the Milli Reassurans Chamber Orchestra and Saint Valentine Day´s Concerto (2004) commissioned by the Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra. American broadcast channel HBO select Mr Panebianco for the documentary “Six Strings for the Soul”.