I was born in 1973 and began to study classical guitar when I was 11. Then, I started taking lessons with different teachers: Néstor Menscia (“Parte del asunto”), Marcelo Roascio (“RSM”), Martín Knye (“LZ2 , “Kamikaze”), Martín Etcheverry (“Elmer”). When I was 21, I dabbled in jazz with Ariel Goldenberg and then at Escuela de Música Popular de Avellaneda, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I finished my studies, improving my knowledge in harmony and composition with Daniel Hauregui.
Among my Tango teachers, I could mention Aníbal Arias and “el Cholo” Ruiz; in Jazz, Javier Cohen; and in folklore, Osvaldo Burucua.
Since the beginning of my professional career, and after some important participations as a session musician, I kept expanding my knowledge in different styles with Silvio Furmansky; Francisco Ribero (jazz); “Héctor Romero y Adrián Vásquez al estilo flamenco”, to whom I dedicate great part of my time because of the passion this intense music has awakened in me. This is how I define it:
“Flamenco is something we can listen to, dance and talk about, but when you enter this world with such authentic sounds, it is impossible to get away from it. It is similar to what Tango provokes in me”.
Throughout my career, I performed as a composer, interpreter and session musician.