2000:

He has the honour to play the Misa Criolla and the Misa Por La Paz with the Maestro Ariel Ramirez, with concerts at the "Muziekcentrum Frits Philips" in Eindhoven and the "Concertgebouw" in Amsterdam. The third CD is out. He still plays with his own group, but has also joined "Orchestra", a group that plays world music.

1990:

Daniel makes his first CD "Entre Cielo y Tierra".
He tours in France, Portugal, Norway, Germany, Eastern Europe and Russia. He shares the stage with The Palladins in Belgium and Tom Jones in the Opera in Frankfurt, Germany. The majority of his theatre performances are with his own group.

Together with choir "De Toonkunst" from Eindhoven,he performs the Misa Criolla from Maestro Ariel Ramirez in "Muziekcentrum Frits Philips" in Eindhoven with incredible success.

His second CD "Canciones del Alba" is released, followed by a tour. Daniel plays with the famous Argentinian singer Ana Maria Conrado, tours The Netherlands and does many TV and radio gigs.

Together with Ana Maria and her group, he does a TV special commemorating 500th anniversary of the discovery of America.

For Amnesty International Daniel works on the film "The vanishing people" by Trix Betlem. A film about the "Foolish Mothers of Argentina" and their missing children. Again he is asked to play the Misa Criolla with different choirs from the Netherlands, together with the famous Latin American singer Jorge Castro.

After attending the Conservatorium in Rotterdam Daniel graduates as "Deskundige Wereld Muziek Docent". He starts giving guitar lessons and becomes teacher for the Latin American Ensemble in the Music school in Eindhoven and in 's-Hertogenbosch.

Participating in many famous festivals, for example The Latin American Festival in Vredenburg Utrecht, he shares the stage with Quinteto Tiempo from Argentina, Daniel Viglietti from Uruguay and Teresa Parodi from Argentina.

He joins the Music school "De Lindenberg" in Nijmegen as a full time guitar teacher and as a teacher for the Latin American Ensemble.

1980:

He plays in several famous Latin groups, with gigs all over the country. In addition to this, Daniel does TV, radio and works as a studio musician.

1975:

Daniel leaves Argentina and travels around the world for a few years and finally settles down in the Netherlands.

1970:

He attends the Conservatorio Sylvestri with Roberto Lara as his teacher and gets his guitar diploma. During the early seventies he plays in many bands in Argentina on TV, radio and in theatres.

1960:

His parents offer him his first guitar and it was love at first sight...

1953:

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.