e is one of the vocalists in tango today. When he was a kid he was fond of music and singing and took guitar classes to accompany himself in inner circles and tango events in his city.

In 2004 he was awarded the second prize at the contest Andá a cantarle a Gardel, yearly organized by the Secretaría de Cultura de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires (among two hundred contestants).

His repertoire includes traditional tangos but also pieces by new authors. In 1981, at age 18, he appeared in the TV program Grandes valores del tango, emceed by Silvio Soldán, on Channel 9.

He made appearances in Taconeando, Academia Porteña del Lunfardo, the Esquina Homero Manzi, Candilejas, Pinar de Rocha, La Casona de Fernando, accompanied by the Los Rivas guitar group and by the Cuarteto Abril Tango.

He also appeared in the program Casino Show Internacional, aired on the Solo Tango TV channel, emceed by Fernando Mancini, alongside figures like Abel Córdoba, Juan Carlos Godoy, Alberto Podestá, Nelly Vázquez, Daniel Olivera, Alberto Bianco, Enrique Dumas, Carlos Morel, Carlos Paiva, Roxana Morán, Laura Bogado and the well-remembered Jorge Vidal, Oscar Ferrari, Reynaldo Martín and Carlos Cristal.

He had his own shows at La Esquina Osvaldo Pugliese, in Los 36 Billares and, for eight years he has been appearing at La Esquina de Matteo in Lanús.

In 2005 he cut his first recording entitled Recuerdo, which includes classic songs: “Cafetín de Buenos Aires”, “La última curda”, “Canzoneta”, “Recuerdo”. In the latter piece he was accompanied by the guitarist Hernán Diz.

In 2007 he recorded Homenaje, accompanied by the Cuarteto Abril Tango led by Héctor Venera (guitar), Pablo Valle (piano), Chiche Curiale (bandoneon) and Emilio Longo (double bass). Among other songs, it includes: “Sin lágrimas”, “Dandy”, “Tres amigos” and “Balada para un loco”.

Today he belongs to the staff of the Quilmes Tango Club and appears along with Juan Vivas, every Thursday, in a tango show at the La Esquina de Matteo in Lanús and at the porteño Bar Quintino.

His latest recorded release Bien de abajo includes 16 songs (tangos, milongas and waltzes) and an unpublished tango by Jorge Moure, a composer of his hometown Quilmes.

In 2013 when the Premios Zorzal were awarded, he was recognized for his conduct onstage and was one of three candidates nominated in 2015 for his career in tango, not only for his shows, but also for his radio program together with the producer and master of ceremonies Stely Carciarona and the singer Sebastián Alegre, on Radio General Belgrano.