I was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, and since my childhood, I have been strongly attracted to music in its various styles. At the age of nine, I began studying classical guitar with Olga Pierri and Eduardo Fernandez, with whom I was introduced to the magic of musical interpretation and the technical principles of the guitar. Broadening my horizons, I continued studying in Argentina and Brazil. A particular influence has been my close contact with Alvaro Pierri, with whom I studied in Canada. As a teenager, I won some competitions for Young Musicians in my native Uruguay. It was then, that I began my career as a concert guitarist. My curiosity led me to learn by looking at things from the perspective of pianists as well as other instrumentalists. This is the reason why I have always taken lessons from all types of artists regardless of their music realm. 

Photo: Michal Novák


During my years studying in Buenos Aires, I discovered the world of Early Music and decided to follow the path into it. It was then I was admitted to Hopkinson Smith's class at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland). Graduating in the year 2000 as a soloist of Renaissance lute and Baroque lute, vihuela, 4-course Renaissance guitar, Baroque guitar, theorbo, and archlute. By the time I finished my official studies, I was already immersed in the international music circuit. I was working with some of the most prestigious conductors and ensembles specialized in historical performance. My recitals as a soloist intensified, and many recording projects began.

Performing with Radix Chamber Ensemble (Photo: Heinz Zak)


Among the many artists with whom I have had the honor of collaborating, are the conductors Jordi Savall, René Jacobs, or Marc Minkowski. I worked for many years with the Anthonello Group directed by Mr.Yoshimichi Hamada. The ensemble Musica Fiorita (Daniela Dolci), harpist and harpsichordist Marie Nishiyama, flutist Antonio Carrilho ("From Baroque to Bossa Nova"), as well as many diverse singers. 
Among my projects, I have collaborated with dancer and choreographer Leonor Leal ("Flamenco Baroque"), and the duo Mar Barroco featuring Leopoldo Novoa. 
A member of the Radix Chamber Ensemble (Austria) conducted by Mariya Nesterovska and Hubert Mittermayer since 2013.                                    
I feel grateful when saying that my diverse musical activities have taken me all over Europe, South America, India, Russia, Mexico, Japan, and the United States. 
The recorded works I have had the pleasure to collaborate, on as a soloist and ensembles, amount to more than sixty.
Since 2021 I have worked as a professor of tablature, historical interpretation of music, and chamber music at Musikene (Spain).

Recording with Hesperion XXI and Jordi Savall