French-Argentinian composer born in 1975. Began his musical studies by learning the saxophone, first oriented by rock, jazz and improvised music. Studied Composition at the Faculty of Music of the Universidad Catolica de Buenos Aires with Gerardo Gandini among others, and in Paris: First Prize in Music Analysis at the Boulogne-Billancourt Conservatory, Composition Diploma with Sergio Ortega. Graduated with honors in 2003 from the Composition Department of the Strasbourg Conservatory, with Ivan Fedele. Participation in workshops (Royaumont, Acanthes, Ictus Seminar, Darmstadt) thanks to grants, working with Klaus Huber, Jonathan Harvey, Philippe Manoury, Toshio Hosokawa, Brian Ferneyhough, Michael Jarrel, François Paris.
In 2003, 2004 & 2008: Laureate of the IRCAM/Ensemble Intercontemporain International reading panel, for Tremplin and for the one-year composition and computer music programs. Laureate of the International Society for Contemporary Music ISCM in 2004.
Winner of the prestigious Prix Italia 2012 for the radio opera "La Nuit Hallucinée", produced by Radio France and performed by Ensemble Multilatérale, Isabel Soccoja and François Marthouret.
His music is being performed by Ensemble Intercontemporain, Ensemble Multilatérale, Ensemble Sillages, Les Jeunes Solistes, Quatuor Danel, Ensemble 2e2m, Pascal Contet, Pierre Strauch, Christophe Desjardins among others, on many International Festivals: Musica Strasbourg, Avignon Festival, Cislago-Milan, Festival Manca-Nice, Museo Reina Sofia-Madrid, Festival ManiFeste Ircam, Biennale Musiques en Scène, Royaumont, etc.
He has received numerous commissions by the French Ministry of Culture, Fondation Salabert, Grame, Cirm.
He actually lives in Rome, Villa Medicis, where he is a Fellow of the French Academy in Rome.