B i o g r a p h y

I am a pianist, conductor and composer, born and studied in Argentina (Rosario) Music faculty, to promptly emigrate  to continue studying composition in Buenos Aires, and orchestral and choir conducting.  In the year 2001 I have moved to United States ( New York), where I continued studying with Denise Ham.


In 2004 I have been awarded a scholarship in Greenwich Music School in London.  Since then I have been assigned as guest conductor for various independent orchestras, including the Amadeus Orchestra in London. I have worked on a very vast repertoire from different ages and styles of music, from baroque music to contemporary music including  jazz and tango with the ensemble 'Tango Nuevo'- and also choral music with the London Arte Chamber Orchestra, The Laco Soloists and with the ensemble 'O'ton' based in Stuttgart (Germany). 


In year 2009, I have founded the London Arte Chamber Orchestra, for which I am Music Director and conductor until present.


As a composer I have been commissioned to compose and conduct the premiere of my own Clarinet Concerto, Mass for Soprano and Orchestra, a full cycle of songs with J.L. Borges poems, several string quartets and both string and orchestra symphonies. I have  also been commissioned to compose music for the West End  theatres in London and several film scores for United States and Europe. Collaborations include  also conducting session recordings with the BBC London, Sky Atlantic, Disney UK and most recently in 2017 with Pulse Films.

I also have been appointed the Music Director by the High Commission of Malta for the celebration of the Independence of Malta 2016 in London, in conjunction with the Malta embassy.


With the London Arte Chamber Orchestra I have had comprehensive tours to China during  the years 2014/15 /17 and 2018. Further tours will include a new tour to Poland, Bulgaria and Germany in 2020 with Laco and 'O'ton' ensemble with chamber music concert cycles in Stuttgart, Germany.

I currently teach in South London and perform regularly for the music seasons for St. Giles in the Fields church in London.