Montevideo, September' 77. Uruguayan singer and actor, descendant of Italians, Spaniards and Charrúas, he likes to define himself as Creole in the broadest sense of the word. Returning from the theatre school (Teatro Circular de Montevideo) since his earliest youth, he turns to the interpretation of the purest genres of the Rio de Janeiro Tango in its most classical form, although clearly influenced by the "candombe" of Montevideo's black neighborhoods and by the line of the phrase tango, a popular legacy inherited from the legendary Roberto "Polaco" Goyeneche, as well as Julio Sosa "El". However, due to his performances in Brazil, Argentina and Chile, he is nourished by the most varied Latin American rhythms, developing them and incorporating them into his music. After several tours in Latin America he travels to Europe, where he sings on stages in Italy, France, Portugal, Holland and finally Spain, where he has been living and working for years. Now, together with great flamenco musicians, he develops "La Milonga Flamenca" a bet for the coexistence and the mixture of genres that although geographically distant are very close in feelings and experiences.