Mariano González Birqui is a musician of Argentine origin. He began to study bandoneon in 1997 at the age of 10. A year later he was already playing tango in public with his father, the pianist Héctor González Herrero, the contrajista Fernando Moiraghi and with Carlos Tomaselli on vocals. With this group they toured many stages of Argentina, standing out among them the Cosquín Festival 1999 or the Buenos Aires International Tango Festival 2000. In 2002 he moved to Malaga (Spain) where he continued to perform and take part in leading music and dance shows. In 2011 he was contacted by double bass player and composer Juan Carlos Baca, who proposed to join the project of creating a typical tango orchestra, and thus the sextet "Proyecto Tamgú" was born. Together with the company REA Danza directed by Diego Arias, they formed the show "Broken Tango" with which they continue touring the Spanish geography and the rest of Europe. In mid 2017, he joins the show "La Milonga Flamenca", in which he fuses tango with flamenco to create a unique show. At the same time, he is part of different groups with different musicians and participating in other projects.