Jaurena Is part of a younger generation of musicians composing tango music that both reflects their South American heritage and the contemporary times they live in.  His works have been recorded by PASO on both its albums, Tango of the Americas and Tango without Borders.  PASO is performing three of his compositions, en Pampa y la Via, Borravino, and Fresco de mañana, at its April 20th concert, Todo Tango.

Jaurena, born in Córdoba,  Argentina, holds a degree in music composition from the National University of Argentina in Córdoba. In 2007, he graduated from the School Orchestra of Tango Emilio Balcarce in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  He is the soloist for the Orquesta Provincial de Música Ciudadana de Córdoba and occasional guest conductor.  From 2011 to 2015, Jaurena was the Artistic Director of the Tango Orchestra of the System of Music Schools of Medellin, Colombia.  Since 2013, he has been the director of the Orquesta Típica Ciriaco and the School Orchestra of Tango in Córdoba, Argentina. In 2020, Jaurena was named Artistic and Teaching Director of the School Orchestra of Tango at the National University of Villa María in Córdoba, Argentina.  In 2015, he formed the Pablo Jaurena Sextet.  He is a member of the Tango MJC Trio which performs tango and folklore and with the trio, Jaurena recorded four albums and toured North and South America, Europe, and Asia. In 2016, he performed on bandoneón with pianist Andrés Linetzky  in tours to China that included master classes in bandoneon in ten Chinese cities.  He has participated in more than 40 recordings, as bandoneon player, arranger, or artistic director. His works and arrangements have been performed by ensembles and orchestras from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, China, the United States, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, among others.