He began his classical piano studies at the age of 6 at the Municipal School of Music with Gabriela Svatetz, and later deepened his knowledge in harmony and popular music with Master Leonel Lúquez at the same institution. He has participated in numerous courses and master classes with masters such as Diego Schissi, Pablo Fraguela, Caroline Fraser, Hernán Posetti, Ramiro Gallo, Jorge Horst, among others. Currently, he is completing his degree in Composition at UNR, studying with Master Dante Grela.
From a very young age, he has been part of numerous tango, jazz, and folklore groups as a pianist, composer, and arranger, touring and performing in America and Europe. Among these formations, the Duo with Guido Gavazza stands out, performing in important venues such as the Palace of the Argentine Chancellery, successive editions of the International Festival "Iguazú en Concierto," and the Center of Knowledge of Posadas, the latter with the participation of Gustavo Santaolalla. Between 2014 and 2015, he was also part of the Municipal Tango School Orchestra of Rosario, under the direction of Maestro Javier Lo Re. As a composer, he participated in musical productions for the Ministry of Education of Santa Fe.
He began his musical education at the age of 6 at the "Juan Bautista Massa" conservatory, completing his instrumental training with Carlos Moyano, before continuing his studies with Sebastian Jarupkin and Rodolfo Mederos.
In 2012, he released his first promotional CD, "Un bando de neón," which included original songs. Two years later, he joined the Orquesta Escuela de Tango de Rosario as the first bandoneón player. He participated in three editions of Iguazú en Concierto, an international festival of youth orchestras, as a soloist and later with a quintet. The festival had artistic patronage from Gustavo Santaolalla. He was invited to perform as a solo musician in the TEDx edition. With the quintet La Máquina Invisible, he performed on various stages, including the centenary of the birth of Aníbal Troilo. He toured Paraguay and Uruguay. Since 2015, he has been part of the Orquesta Utópica, with whom he recorded the CD "Contracorriente." This ensemble, along with La Máquina Invisible, was the winner of the Tango Sin Fin International Contest of New Tango Ensembles, CCK, Buenos Aires, 2017. He was selected as a finalist to travel to the United States for the Che Bandoneón competition at the Stowe Tango Festival, where he earned third place.
He began studying violin at the age of six with Prof. Lara Turrisi and since then has been a part of various orchestral and chamber formations. He later studied with Luis Roggero and Rolando Prusak, two prominent teachers based in Buenos Aires. In 2021, he completed his studies at the School of Music of the National University of Rosario. He also studied composition with Prof. Sebastián Boeris.
Since 2013, he has been a member of the Tango quintet "La Máquina Invisible", which has garnered numerous awards and has positioned itself as a relevant group in contemporary Tango. He has also been part of other relevant projects in popular music such as "La Biaba", "El Mejunje" and the "Orquesta Típica MUR". In the latter, he serves as director and arranger, and his instrumental compositions are part of its repertoire. He has presented his music with outstanding musicians from the tango scene and on prestigious stages in Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, and Paraguay. He also performs as a violinist in the Gypsy jazz group "Hijos de Buda", where he explores different facets of improvisation on the violin. As part of his teaching work, he is the string section coach for the Tango Orchestra of Guastavino.
In 2022, he premiered "Argentine Music for Strings," a series of his own works for string quintet performed by distinguished musicians from the Rosario State Symphony Orchestra. He also serves as the second violinist in the Municipal String Quintet, under the auspices of the Cultural Secretariat of the city of Rosario.
He started his classical guitar studies at J.B Massa municipal music school with Professor Pepe Ferrer, and later dedicated himself to studying electric bass and double bass. He has attended masterclasses with renowned teachers such as Victor Wooten, Daniel Maza, Ignacio Varchausky, Willy Gonzalez, Andres Rotmistrovsky, Jeff Berlin, Juan Pablo Navarro, and Mariano Sayago, among others. He also plays in various groups performing Argentine and Latin American folk music.
He began studying guitar at the age of 4 with private lessons from Professor Andrés Guzman. At the age of 8, he enrolled in the municipal music school "Juan Bautista Massa". There, he completed his instrument training with Professor Marcelo Stenta and joined the guitar ensemble that accompanied Jorge Fandermole, Litto Nebbia, Luciana Jury, among others. He also took guitar lessons with Ernesto Snajer, Claudio Bolzani, Sebastián Henriquez, and Jorge Jewsbury.
He has played in different formations as an accompanying guitarist and as a soloist, performing as a concert guitarist in 2019 in Montmartre, Paris, and Porto, Portugal. Currently, he is studying for a degree in Argentine Music at the National University of San Martín, where he studies guitar with Juan Falú.