TENOR, DRUMMER, MAKER OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FROM ELECTRONIC WASTE
In 2005 he won the opposition and background contest to enter the National Polyphonic Choir, a stable artistic body of the Ministry of Culture of the Nation, Argentina, becoming a member since February 2006.
He starred in the world premiere of the “Eterna Flotacion: los Monstruito” by Oscar Edelstein and Enrique Fogwill at the Teatro Colón Experimentation Center, as well as in “El Caballo Fantasma” and “La Carta”, by the same composer, and “Arena entre la Carne y el Hueso”, “Amatista” and “Remanente de Invierno” by composer Andrés Gerszenzon.
He sang in the productions of “Coro” and “Laborynthus II” by Luciano Berio, at the Teatro Colón and La Usina del Arte respectively. With the group Octante he performed “Stimmung” by Karlheinz Stockhaussen, and “Las Guerras Picrocholinas” by Antonio Tauriello.
He has performed solo roles in works by J. S. Bach, Monteverdi, Purcell and Handel.
Recently, he participated in the Latin American premiere of Gyorgy Ligeti’s Requiem at the Colón Theater, of the Argentinean premiere of Wolfgang Rihm’s Requiem in the contemporary music cycle of the General San Martín Theater, and was the main protagonist in the premiere of “Journey to the Cathedral of Santa Mónica de los Venados ”and the presentation of the Sala Cristal Sónico in the main auditorium of the University of Quilmes.
He is part of the ensemble “Seres Parlantes” directed by Jorge Sad Levi, a renowned Argentine composer who stands out in the field of electroacoustic music. With this ensemble he has made numerous presentations between 2017 and 2019 of the work “Amusia” based on “The musical language and hysterical disturbances” by José Ingenieros, playing its main character. Likewise, this work records the first intervention of a prototype of the TRoneitor instrument.
Together with Natalia Cappa, soprano, he is part of the Dúo TRoneitor, a group dedicated to experimental electronic music that explores the potential of the TRoneitor instrument in fusion with the human voice.