He was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Bachelor and Professor of Music with a specialty in Orchestral Conducting (UCA) has obtained an honor medal in both careers and has been awarded a scholarship by the Faculty as a merit to obtain the highest average. Violist and pianist. He has studied with teachers Guillermo Scarabino (Argentina) Carlos Vieu (Argentina) and Yoav Talmi (Israel) among others, and has been invited to conduct in the US by teacher Jooyong Ahn (Korea) with whom he has shared concerts both in the US and abroad. Argentina. He has shared opera functions with the director Helge Dorsch (Germany

  • Winner of the 2006 National Endowment for the Arts Scholarship in Orchestral Conducting.
  • Awarded first place in “Opera in the world” 2016 for his musical direction of the opera “Oberto, conte di San Bonifacio” by G. Verdi (premiere in Latin America)
  • He has won the first prize for “Art and Culture 2022” from the Daia Foundation, for his work as chief conductor of the San Isidro Youth Symphony Orchestra.
  • Principal conductor of the G. Verdi Opera Company from 2010 to 2020.
  • Since 2014 he has been the principal conductor of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Municipality of San Isidro (@osjsanisidro)
  • From 2021 to date he is the principal conductor of the orchestra of the Ópera Festival de Buenos Aires.

He has directed numerous national and foreign orchestras, among which are:

  • UCT Orchestra (USA)
  • Covenant Orchestra at Chatanooga (USA)
  • ISA Orchestra of the Teatro Colón
  • The Argentine Nation Congress Orchestra
  • Avellaneda Municipality Symphony Orchestra
  • Lanús Municipality Orchestra
  • Milpa Alta Symphony Orchestra (Mexico)
  • Buenos Aires Opera Festival Orchestra
  • G. Verdi Opera Company Orchestra
  • Puebla Symphony Orchestra (Mexico)
  • Casal de Catalunya Chamber Orchestra
  •  Hurlingham City Hall Youth Symphony Orchestra
  • San Isidro Municipality Youth Symphony Orchestra
  • Berisso School Orchestra
  • J. J. Castro Conservatory Orchestra
  • Higher Institute of Music J. Hernández Orchestra,  among others

Among the rooms in which it was presented are the Colón Theater in Bs.As.; Argentine Theater of the Silver; Avenue Theater; Rome Theater; The Globe Theater; Roland Hayes Concert Hall of UTC (USA), Margarita Xirgu Theater; York Theater; Belgrano Auditorium; Golden Room of the Palace of the Legislature; Golden Hall of the Colón Theater; Golden Hall of the House of Culture; Aula Magna of the Faculty of Law of the UBA; H. Isaac Fernández Blanco Museum; Museum of Spanish Art E. Larreta; National museum of fine arts; R. Raggio Museum, among many others.

In Opera he has directed the following productions: Oberto (Verdi, PREMIERE IN LATIN AMERICA), La Vie Parisienne (Offenbach), Il Trovatore (Verdi), Pagliacci (Leoncavallo), Bastien and Bastiana (Mozart), Dido and Aeneas (Purcell), Gioconda (Ponchielli), Falstaff (Verdi), Don Giovani (Mozart), Otello (Verdi), as well as various fragments of other operas in Galas Líricas.

Choral symphonics he conducted include the Ninth Symphony (Beethoven), Requiem (Mozart), Psalm 42 (Mendelssohn), Requiem (Bruckner), Magnificat (Bach), Grand Mass in C (Mozart), Gloria (Vivaldi), Hallelujah (Handel), among several others.

In the symphonic repertoire he has a wide range within which he has conducted most of the symphonies of a large part of the classical and romantic composers, orchestral suites, symphonic poems, solo concerts, overtures, etc.

  • From 2006 to 2010 he was Principal Conductor of the Casal de Catalunya Orchestra.
  • From 2011 to 2020 he was Musical Director of the opera company “G. Verdy”.
  • Since November 2014 he has been the Principal Conductor of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Municipality of San Isidro.
  • Since 2021 he has been the Principal Conductor of the Buenos Aires Opera Festival Orchestra

He also works as a teacher at the J. J Castro Conservatory and the J. Hernández Higher Institute of Music, where he is in charge of the chairs of Musical Language II, Chamber Music I and II, Technical Elements and is Director of the Orchestra of the ISMJH.

He has been summoned numerous times as a jury in contests for singers, instrumentalists and in the final of the “Juegos Bonaerenses” in music (Mar del Plata 2012).