is oeuvre specifically linked to tango poetry, began to reach a noteworthy recognition in the early 1990s, when some artists played several of his works in different recordings. Since then many of his pieces began to be sung and recorded by several artists with different careers and from different music genres.

Throughout his career as author and composer we can mention a long list of artists who have played his songs like, for example: Rubén Juárez, Patricia Barone, José Ángel Trelles, Julia Zenko, Franco Luciani, Néstor Basurto, Los Carabajal, Luis Filipelli, Nora Roca, Sandra Luna, María Graña, Néstor Fabián, Carlos Varela [b], Caracol, Carlos Morel, Gustavo Visentín, Noelia Moncada, Jacqueline Sigaut, Ariel Prat, Martín Alvarado, Marcelo Tommasi, Rocío Araujo, Sandra Márquez, Eduardo Espinoza, Victoria Birchner, Guillermo Guido, Susana Blaszko and Viviana Scarlassa, just to mention a few.

Although he himself has added music to some of his lyrics, among his main collaborators, the following musicians can be mentioned: Néstor Basurto, José Ogivieki, Javier González, Franco Luciani, Manu Navarro, Nahuel Pennisi, Ramiro Gallo, Ariel Prat, Juan Subirá, Kali Carabajal, Marcelo San Juan, Pepe Motta, Carlos Andreoli, Adrián Sacri Delfino, Mony López, Oscar Pometti and many others more.

His lyrics, poems and literary reviews, many times have been published either in graphic media or in anthologies compiled by the Colihue and Basílico publishing companies.

Many of his journalistic texts have been published by different blogs and tango portals and, especially, by the magazine Buenos Aires Tango y lo demás, directed by the poets Héctor Negro and Eugenio Mandrini.

His activities connected with culture reached the radio media in which he was part of that outstanding creation by Jorge Waisburd between 2000 and 2006: FM 92.7 Mhz, La 2x4. Throughout that unsurpassable experience of communication, Szwarcman wrote a large number of texts which were characteristic of the aesthetic corpus of that radio station, besides organizing the task of music setting.

Thereafter, as editor, columnist and producer, he was one of the backbones of Somos Tango, a radio program emceed by Jorge Waisburd himself on FM La Isla, Radio Provincia and Radio Nacional.

As educator, since 1994 he has been coordinating different literary workshops in several teaching institutions, based on the Programa Cultural en Barrios; and he is specialized in the branch of «cancionística» (songs), besides covering other aspects of the dilemma and the history of tango and its poetry.

From the early 2007 to the late 2009, he has coordinated the four courses of the Seminar «Homero Expósito» of the Academia Nacional del Tango.

Also, in 2007, he was in charge of the coordination of a literary workshop in the framework of the Frente de Artistas del Hospital Borda formed by internal and external patients of that hospital.

The result of that important teaching work was presented at the X Festival de Tango de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, in which five hundred people at a touching finale, applauded the songs of the workshop attendants in a standing ovation. (See article in the Página/12 journal, August 8, 2008, Para borrar fronteras, by Cristian Vitale).

Along with all these activities, from 2009 to 2016 he has coordinated a workshop at the Escuela Popular de Música (Popular School of Music), a prestigious institution of the SADEM (Sindicato Argentino de Músicos) (Argentine Musicians Union).

At present, he teaches the subject History of Argentine Popular Music at La Colmena Escuela de Música, a prestigious institution of tertiary education in the city of Córdoba.

Several of his Works have been awarded at important contests since 1995. Among those awards we shall mention: at the Festival OTI (First Prize at the Festival OTI Argentina, finalist at the same on another occasion and finalist at the OTI Internacional), First Prize by the Círculo de Poetas Lunfardos, Third Prize at the Festival de Tango-canción organized by SADAIC (with his piece “Pompeya no olvida”, which became the most acclaimed and important among the ones awarded).

Since 2004, on many occasions the Fondo Nacional de las Artes has awarded him the first prize at the different contests for popular genres organized by that entity.

In 2008 he entered the Academia Nacional del Tango presided by Horacio Ferrer, as Académico Titular.

In the early 2009 he was invited to take part of a season of recitals and talks in the city of Moscow (Russian Federation), to later continue with a tour, three months long, at the opening of the Fifth Tango Festival which was held in March that same year in the city of Barnaul, Western Siberia.

In May 2015, the collection Mandrágora Porteña, published two of his works. They are Poemas y otros atajos, a collection of poems that gathers rhymed texts and micro-stories; and Canción rebelde, a selection of forty of his lyrics with music by different composers with prologues by Bebe Ponti, Rafael Amor and Adrián Abonizio.

According to Héctor Negro, «his stanzas, besides depicting the city of our time, are compromised with the predicament of the present man and present original points of view and topics, keeping without concessions his fidelity to the poetical language without denying the popular essence. All this is done with a natural handling of the song writing craft».