His musical style is wide reaching to interpret rock, pop, ballads and jazz. He stands out for his powerful and refined voice, as well as for his way of transmitting the feelings expressed in the lyrics of the songs he plays.
In March of 1976 he began studying theater at the Conservatory of Dramatic Arts and sang in different pubs in the city. His first performance was on May 20, 1976 in a place called "The City", accompanied by a band of 6 musicians with arrangements of Baby Lopez Furst.1 Singing in the pubs met musicians like Alejandro Lerner, Marilina Ross, Celeste Carballo, Horacio Fontova, Rubén Rada, authors who would later record some of his songs. In that same year producer Ricardo Kleinman sees her in her performance at the University of Belgrano and begins to produce it. Record "And today I saw you" by the Uruguayan musician Eduardo Mateo, song included by Raúl de la Torre in his film.
In 1979 a film by Alejandro Doria was part of the cast of "La Isla", and under the director's orders, he shot "Los miedo" in 1980 together with María Leal and Soledad Silveyra, among others. He ventures into the theatrical performance of the hand of Pepito Cibrián ("Here we can not do it") and continues playing in pubs (as in the name of the time "Old House") Wide ThumbClearartFanart Banner User Comments