He was born in Rosario in 1951. He begins
his studies of violoncello with his father. He soon enters the Superior
Institute of Music where he studies with proffesor Ernesto Cobelli.
In 1970 he is second cello of the Symphony orchestra of Rosario.
In 1973 he gains by contest the position of sixth cello in the Philarmonic
Orchestra of Buenos Aires. In 1975 he gains by contest the position
of third cello in the Philarmonic Orchestra of the Americas with seat in
In the same way he obtains the position of main
cellist of the Orchestra of the Têatre Royal of the Monnaie in Brussels,
Belgium. He perfects himself at the Robert Schumann Institut perfects,
in Düsseldorf with professor Johannes Goritzky. He enters the
Colon Theatre's "Estable" Orchestra as firt cello for two seasons. He was
first cello of the Buenos Aires Musical Ensamble, with proffesor Pedro
I. Calderón as conductor.
He studied with proffesor Arto Noras
in the conservatory
of Lucern, Switzerland.
Since 1983 he occupies the position of first cello of the
Buenos Aires Philarmonic Orchestra, position obtained by contest. He acted
like solista with the orchestras of Rosario, Mar del Plata, Curitiba (Brazil),
Juvenil de L.R.A., Lanus and Buenos Aires Philarmonic.
He represented Argentina in the international contest of
Viña del Mar (Chile). He is part of the group Encuentros
de Música Contemporánea with which he offers concerts in Europe,
the United States, China and Latin America.
He is also part of groups of hierarchy of popular music
like the group "Tanguísimo" with which he crossed Japan on two ocassions
and the Sex-Tet, last group created by Astor Piazzola in 1989, with who it offeredb
concerts in all Europe. In the last years it has intensified his work like
solista with remarkable event as much
in the country as in the outside.
In May of 1996, he coordinated the musical advanced training
courses that offered the teacher Yo-Yo-Ma in the Colon Theatre having the privilege
of being invited by this great cellist to interpret next to him the pair of Alain
Barriere, memorable fact that was warmly
received by the public and the critic.