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      Born in Mar del Plata, I studied music at the “Williams” conservatory of this city in charge of Nilda Peña Venini where I began my vocal studies with Blanca Raverta. I continued studying in Buenos Aires with Liborio Simonella. I sang in different concerts in my hometown and in Buenos Aires under conductor Maestro Horacio Rogner in the opera and Spanish operetta repertoires.

      In 1993, I made my operatic debut as Cavaradossi in Tosca. I furthered my vocal training with Dante Ranieri with whom I added Il Trovatore and Ballo in Maschera into my repertoire, giving varied concerts in Buenos Aires and other provincial areas in Argentina. In 1995, I sang for the Symphonic Orchestra of Cuba playing the roles of Cavaradossi in Tosca and Rodolfo in La Boheme. In 1996, I performed Cavaradossi for the second time in Mendoza, Argentina. In 1997, I was again offered the role of Rodolfo featuring five performances at “Teatro Roma” in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires. I was invited by Maestro Rolando Rosa to perform Il Trovatore in Milan, Italy. I also played the roles of Radames in Aida (in Parma), Rodolfo in Luisa Miller and Alfredo in La Traviata- all under conductor Romano Gandolfi.

      I was invited by Carlos Vieu to participate in two tribute concerts for the commemoration of Giusepe Verdi’s demise and also in five didactic concerts. I performed in the “Maratón de las 24 horas de la Opera” at “Teatro Roma” in Avellaneda. In the summer of 2003, I performed in the mega concert “Zurich Gala de Mar” which was organized by the seaside with the Symphonic Orchestra of Mar del Plata under the conduction of Carlos Vieu with astounding success - this concert was eventually awarded a prize in Europe. I simultaneously interpreted De Grieux in Manon Lescaut under conductor Carlos Vieu at “Teatro Colón” in Mar del Plata. During the same season, I both conducted and interpreted my own show entitled “Un Paseo Musical”, performing music from different and diverse genres and, consequently, receiving a nomination for best solo performance in the “Estrella de Mar” awards presentation. I was then invited to play the role of Rodolfo in Luisa Miller at “Teatro Argentino” in La Plata, Argentina under Fernando Alvarez and under Carlos Vieu the following year. I took part in the debut of the role of Rodolfo in La Boheme at “Teatro Argentino” conducted by Mario de Rose, a role which I subsequently performed at “Teatro Avenida” in Buenos Aires. I was awarded two “Faro de Oro” awards in my hometown: the first one for my musical achievements and the second one for best show “Música a la Carta” - which was played for five consecutive times at  “Teatro Colón” in Mar del Plata. I played the principal tenor role in I Pagliacci at  “Teatro Avenida” in Buenos Aires under conductor Barney Finn.

     In the summer of 2004, I was engaged in the second “Zurich Gala de Mar” to perform with the Mar del Plata City Hall Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Carlos Vieu – a show which won a “Estrella de Mar” award. At the request of a vast audience, I played five solo performances entitled A mi Manera at “Teatro Colón” in Mar del Plata. I was awarded a prize for musical achievement by the governor of Calabria, Italy. I participated as guest interpreter at the ceremony of “Faro de Oro Internacional” awards. Accompanied by violinist Pablo Albornoz and the pianist Horacio Soria, I produced a show called Música para Tres with outstanding success among critics. I was awarded a “Timón de Oro” award for my distinguished career by the association “Club de Leones de Mar del Plata”.

     In 2005, I sang at “Fiesta del Mar” - an artistic and fashionable event of national importance held each year in my hometown - before a vast audience including leading cultural and political figures. I performed at the “Gala del Mar Zurich 2005” event along with the City Hall Symphonic Orchestra conducted by José Villa. In January, I interpreted a solo performance at “Teatro Colón” in Mar del Plata with astounding success. I was hired to sing for the close of the show “La semana de Mar del Plata” at the Italia Square, Mar del Plata. I organized an orchestra consisting of twenty musicians – known as Music Hall - and performed two concerts at “Teatro Colón” in Mar del Plata. This Music Hall has continued to date with fortnightly concerts with great public recognition. I was awarded a gold medal for my professional career at the international convention in Calabria, Italy. I was invited to play the role of Manrico in Il Trovatore for the opening of season 2005 at “Teatro Roma” in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires. Along with the Music Hall Orchestra I performed a tribute concert to Frank Sinatra and the American popular music. I was engaged in the role of Enzo Grimaldo in La Gioconda - which had not been played for thirty years in Argentina. I was called to replace the tenor in La Boheme featuring four successful performances in the city of Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires. I was awarded the prize “Clave de Sol” for my distinguished participation in both national and international music. I took part in two end of the year concerts in Mar del Plata and Buenos Aires which were successfully repeated during the summer of 2005. I was hired to play the role of Turidu in Caballería Rusticana in April, and the role of Radamés  in Aida in May. I performed as Enzo in La Gioconda, as the leading role in I Pagliacci  in July and as Cavaradosi in Tosca in November of the same year.