Pablo Bonacci was born on September 7 in the City of Buenos Aires. At the age of eight he began his musical studies. At thirteen, he entered with the highest average to the Manuel de Falla Conservatory. At the age of seventeen, taking the advice of Maestro Claudio Zorini (Honorable Conductor of Teatro Colon), he entered the Argentine Catholic University to begin his Bachelor Degree in Orchestral Conducting. There he had professors of national and international renown such as Carlos Vieu, Lucia Zicos and María Laura Muñiz. He was also tought by Eduardo Pugliese, Federico Wiman, Diego Gardiner, Néstor Andrenacci, Antonio Formaro, Marcela Javkin among others.

He won the Award "Juan José Castro" to the best average overall corresponding to the Bachelor Degree in Orchestral Conducting. During the years of bachelor's degree, he served as conductor of several choirs in the City of Buenos Aires and in different provinces of Argentina.

He has done several performing courses focused in Orchestral Conducting, with Mtro. Jorge Rotter (Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria), Mtro. Francisco Noya (Boston Civic Orchestra, USA), Mtro Jorge Lhez (Antofagasta Symphony Chile and UCASAL String Orchestra, Argentina) and Mtro Xavier Puig (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya, Spain), Mtro Eduardo Browne (String Orchestra of Andes University, Chile), Arturo Diemecke (Buenos Aires Philharmonic, Argentina).

He did a PostGraduate Course in Orchestra Conducting with Maestro Jordi Mora at the EsMUC (Catalan School of Music) in Barcelona, Spain.

On the other hand, he participated as Conductor in the world premiere of the “Hablata Participativa” of the Costa Rican composer Mario Arfagüel, sponsored by the University of Costa Rica.

He was Assistant Conductor of Mtro. Sergio Pelacani at the world premiere of Latin American Baroque works investigated by PhD Diana Fernández de Calvo, sponsored by Carlos Vega Institute of Musicological Research. He was Junior Investigator of this Institution.

He was the Orchestra Conductor of Nuestra Señora de la Paz Youth Orchestra, belonging to the Ministry of Education of the City of Buenos Aires, and the Children's Orchestra of the San Ignacio de Loyola Parish.

He conducted his first Opera at the age of 26, "The Dilemma of Antigone" by Sebastián Boeris, a project financed by the National Fund of the Arts of the Ministry of Culture of the Argentine Republic( Fondo Nacional de las Artes de la República Argentina). In that same year he was also musical director of "La Cambiale di Matrimonio" by Rossini, produced by the Lyric Company Piu Opera.

He was a guest conductor of the JOFICAT, Jove Filarmónica Catalana, in the Centre Civic Fort Pienc at Barcelona City.

During the year 2019 he was the Assisstant Orchestra Director of the concert band at the University of Mexico (UNAM).

Currently he is the Orchestra Conductor of the Ensembles’ UCASAL (Catholic University of Salta) -, extention Coordinator of the University School of Music and member of the research council -