|Being born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1987,|
I could never assume that my life choices and circumstances I had no control over, would lead me to become what I am now. However, every single offer and opportunity helped me to make the right decisions during my career and join the few lucky people who can proudly say they have found their vocation.
|As a child, I took up guitar and piano lessons.
It soon became obvious that my musical hearing and abilities were a true gift. Unlike many children who continue musical lessons following their parentsí request, I found genuine pleasure in classes, and often stayed practicing at home much more than the time requested by my teachers. By that time I also started singing and participating in various concerts and shows.|
While a teenager, my family moved to Israel, where I found a much broader scope of opportunities to make my future a better success over the music field. In spite of any doubts about which particular path I wanted to pursue, I always firmly believed that doing what I love, my future career has to be related to music. For several years took vocal lessons with experienced teachers for classic opera techniques while developing a wide interest for wind instruments, and thus took up practicing the saxophone. On a number of occasions I was invited to take part in various concerts and shows, including at a municipal and national level.
|At some point I felt that I didnít have enough space for personal development, and as part of my path during that time I was offered a job as a teacher in a Municipal Conservatory. Looking back now, I believe that it was a definite turning point, and it all went uphill since then. I started giving one-on-one lessons for wind instruments and after a short period of training took up conducting a local youth band orchestra.|
This task was challenging at the beginning, but exceptionally rewarding, so I dedicated a considerable share of my time to working with orchestras of all kind.|
During my work as a conductor with my first youth band, I occasionally faced the problem that the scores available at the conservatory did not feature all the instruments I needed, or their quality left much to be desired. As a consequence, I studied orchestration in different levels, softwares for making my own arrangements and discovered an enormous joy on this area as much as conducting. Since then, I have created numerous scores for all sorts of orchestras and bands. Word-of-mouth advertising did its job, and a significant number of clients, including orchestra conductors and pop musicians, turned to me for scores and arrangements following friendly recommendations or as a result of my participation in concerts and shows.
|Up to date, I collaborate with several musical bands and orchestras on a permanent basis, doing a variety of occasional jobs of conducting and scores production. Apart from all that content, I still participate in concerts singing or playing the piano, guitar or saxophone. Neither have I given up giving lessons, as I find on it the best way to stay in shape and convey my love for music to my students.|
|I am thankful for every single opportunity that I was presented so far during my career, and I am convinced that the road ahead has more pleasant surprises in store for me, as always willing to discover new challenges in music, engage in exciting projects and broaden my horizons.|