Being a child, I started learning the first chords in a guitar from the Cuban painter and musician Luis Torres. Years later, in the summer of 2003, I finished my studies in the Provincial Center for Artistic and Professional Development in Cuba, earning a degree in Music and Classical Guitar thanks to the lessons and guidance of Jesus D. O’Reilly, Barima Gort, and Jose Bustillo.
After graduation, I continued my studies in the National Laboratory of Electro acoustic Music in Havana in order to become an electro acoustic music performer. Also, I was hired by the singer Jorge Garcia and The National Center of Concert Music in Cuba to perform several concerts all over the country and participate in record sessions as interpreter and arranger.
Settled in USA, I was hired by the Miami Dade College Hialeah Campus as a classical guitar instructor and also was accepted as student by Bharti D. Chokshi, the executive president of the Association of Performing Arts of India (APAI), to receive lessons of sitar and Indian classical music. Becoming every day more enchanted by the Indian music and the sitar, I have continued my studies and participated in workshops led by Alam Khan.
On 2012, I had the privilege of becoming a member of Luyano Band. As a member of this band, I have had the opportunity to grow and to learn from each of its members. I always get amazed how the mixture, the magic, and the imagery created by the band, accompanied by the human quality and professionalism of its members, make the sound of this band unique and brilliant!