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C U R R I C U L U M    V I T A E

 

Name:           José Luis “Pepe” Motta

 

Birth:             Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Education:

  • Bachelor of Music, (USA equivalent), Conservatory of Music D’Andrea,

  • Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

  • Post Graduate Studies in Piano Performance with Professor Guillermo Iscla, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Post Graduate Studies in Orchestration, Harmony, Jazz at Cirigliano

  • Institute with Director Juan Carlos Cirigliano, Pianist to Astor Piazzolla

 

Special Skills:                 

  •  Piano and all keyboard-related instruments.

  •  Performer, Arranger, Conductor, Composer and Record Producer. 

  • Music Teacher.

 

Background:                    

 

  • Artistic Director TV Channel 12, Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Musical Director and Advisor Radio Station MAS,

  • Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Professor of Music, Theater School for Ministry of Education,

  • Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Member of Argentinean Association of Authors and Composers, and the BMI, USA.

  • Member of the Music Professors Association of Argentina

  • Professor of piano, "Academia Nacional del Tango", 
    National Ministry of Culture and  Education. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Piano Professor at the Conservatory "Argentino Galván", National Academy of
    Tango, Culture and Education National Ministry.

  • "Making history with the tango", Interactive Seminar for musicians. With this
    kind of information I want to motivate and to "up date" our "colleges"; that the
    different tango's styles and the tango's "vivency" can be understood and
    maintained, with spontaneity, working on the interpretation techniques and the
    repertory, performing the examples in the same time that it are explained.

     


 


 

 

Professional International Experience: 

1970 to the present Europe, North America, South America:

 

Music Director                          TELEVISION:

Performer                                  Talk Shows, Television Series, Game Shows, Soaps, etc. -

  • Artistic Consultant 

C U R R I C U L U M    V I T A E

 

Name:           José Luis “Pepe” Motta

 

Birth:             Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Education:

  • Bachelor of Music, (USA equivalent), Conservatory of Music D’Andrea,

  • Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 

  • Post Graduate Studies in Piano Performance with Professor Guillermo Iscla, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Post Graduate Studies in Orchestration, Harmony, Jazz at Cirigliano

  • Institute with Director Juan Carlos Cirigliano, Pianist to Astor Piazzolla

 

Special Skills:                 

  •  Piano and all keyboard-related instruments.

  •  Performer, Arranger, Conductor, Composer and Record Producer. 

  • Music Teacher.

 

Background:                    

 

  • Artistic Director TV Channel 12, Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Musical Director and Advisor Radio Station MAS,

  • Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Professor of Music, Theater School for Ministry of Education,

  • Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Member of Argentinean Association of Authors and Composers, and the BMI, USA.

  • Member of the Music Professors Association of Argentina

  • Professor of piano, "Academia Nacional del Tango", 
    National Ministry of Culture and  Education. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Piano Professor at the Conservatory "Argentino Galván", National Academy of
    Tango, Culture and Education National Ministry.

  • "Making history with the tango", Interactive Seminar for musicians. With this
    kind of information I want to motivate and to "up date" our "colleges"; that the
    different tango's styles and the tango's "vivency" can be understood and
    maintained, with spontaneity, working on the interpretation techniques and the
    repertory, performing the examples in the same time that it are explained.

     


 


 

 

Professional International Experience: 

1970 to the present Europe, North America, South America:

 

Music Director                          TELEVISION:

Performer                                  Talk Shows, Television Series, Game Shows, Soaps, etc. -

  • Artistic Consultant 

  • “Forever Chaplin”

  • “It’s No Joke"

  • “Romina”

  • “Homage”

  • “Brunch With Mirtha Legrand”

  • “Playing and Winning”

  • “Win at 2”

  • “The Life You Gave Me”

  • “Forbidden Love”

  • “Your World and Mine”

  • “The Cherry Garden”

  • “This Afternoon”

  • “The Mirror”

  • “Hyperhumor”

  • “Cordially”

  • “Open Studio”

  • “Coffee with Canela”

  • “Tales and Novels”

  • “TV Games”

  • “With a Certain...Smile”

  • “Zoom”

  • “The Children’s Republic”

  • “Let the Children Come”

  • “Boys and Girls”

 


 

 TANGO IN TELEVISION:

                                                  

  • “This is the Tango”, Argentina

  • “The Values of Tango”, Argentina

  • “Veronica Clare”, (Hep Series Telpro) LA, CA., USA

  • “Tango”, commercial for television, campaign “Inglés sin barreras”, USA

 


 

MOTION PICTURES:

 

Arranger Performer Conductor Composer

  • “Dance With Me”   (Tango), USA

  • “My Father the Hero” (Tango), USA

  • “Wings of Courage”, (SONY PICTURES), (Tango), USA

  • “Tango, the obsession”, (Tango), USA

  • “Marlene Dietrich”, (Tango), USA

  • "The Boss", Lalo Schiffrin, Argentina

  • “Agar Cross”, (Documentary), Argentina

  • “This Youth...This Land”, (Documentary), Argentina

  • “The Republic of Argentina”, (Documentary), Argentina

  • “Stolen Flowers in the Garden of Quilmes”, Argentina

  • “The Loves of Laurita”, Argentina

  • “The House of the Seven Tombs”, Argentina

  • “The Cats”, Argentina

  • “The Slaves”, Argentina

  • “In the Name of the Son”, Jorge Polaco, Argentina


 

  THEATER:

                                                  

  • "Bs. As. Café", UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • "Fuenteovejuna", USC, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • "Aristo", Hermosa Beach, CA, USA 

  • “Evita...The Woman”, Argentina

  • “Unipersonal”, Pepe Soriano, Argentina

  • “The Mad Cage”, Argentina

  • “The Unsailed Sailboat”, Argentina

  • “Star Sparks”, Argentina

  • “Lollipop Worshippers”, Argentina

  • “Carulín”, Argentina

  • “Clavelina”, Argentina

  • “Honey, Pie and a Paper Doll”, Argentina


 

 

RECORDINGS:

 

Performer,  Arranger,  Composer, Conductor.

 

  • SONY, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • WEA WARNER BROS., Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • EMI Latin, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • Polygram, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • BMG, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • FONOVISA, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • T.H.Rodven, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • Luna Music Co., Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • CBS Record Co., Mexico

  • Velvet Record Co., Venezuela

  • Cabal Record Co., Argentina

  • Microfon Record Co., Argentina

  • Ultrasound Record Co., Argentina

  • Interdisc Record Co., Argentina

  • Corazón Record Co., Argentina

  • Polygram Record Co., Argentina

  • Vaiven Record Co., Argentina

  • EMI Record Co., Argentina

  • Europhone Record Co., Argentina

  • Leader Music Record Co., Argentina

  • American Record Co., Argentina

  • Music Hall Record Co., Argentina

  • Welcome Song for Pope Juan Pablo II, Composer and Recording.

  • “Worldwide Papal Commission for Youth”, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1987.


 

ARTISTIC COLLABORATION:

 

Armando Manzanero, José José, Los Fugitivos, Los Dinnos, Rosalva, Monarrez, Los Gamma, Los Kandys, Los Tica, Los Brizos, El Tiempo, Los Mora, Los Sagitarios, La Sonora Meliyará, Los Caminantes, Banda Mochos, etc., in USA.

Lalo Schiffrin, Mercedes Sosa, Dino Salluzzi, Antonio Prieto, José Angel Trelles, Django, Trio San Javier, Gianfranco Pagliaro, Los Tucu Tucu, Cacho Tirao, Cantaniño, Festilindo, María Marta Serra Lima, Tormenta, Las Ardillas, Sergio Dennis, Sandro, Andrea del Boca, Pimpinela, King Clave, Jorge Porcel, Oscar Toscano, Diana María, Marikena Monti, Juan Marcelo, Francisco Llanos, etc., in Argentina

 


 

RECOGNITION AND AWARDS:

Producer, Composer

  • "Distinguished Citizen", Pergamino Legislature, Abril 2013
  • Recognition to his career, Argentinian National Congress. 2012
  • August 2011: "Distinguished Citizen". Board of Villa Crespo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • “6 of July, Jose Luis “Pepe” Motta Day in Nevada”. Proclamation given for the Nevada Legislature, Ruben Kihuen, (D-NV) legislator. 2010

  • Recognition as "Pergamino Distinguished Citizen",  his natal city, 2004.   

  • EMMY Award-Live Special Events, Rose Parade, L.A., CA, 2000 and 2001.

  • “Los Fugitivos”: platinum and golden records, one million sold in the world, 1997

  • BILLBOARD, “Hot Top Latin Producers”, 1995/1996/1997

  • UNIVISION, Channel 34, KMEX, “Lo Nuestro    Awards”,  nominee as “Best Producer of the Year”, 1996

  • BMI, Award: Most Popular Song of 1996, Song: “Lágrimas al recordar”, Artist: “Los Caminantes”

  • “Iberian/American Television Organization (OTI) Song Festival”, Los Angeles, CA, First Place Winner, Musical Arrangement, 1993

  • “Iberian/American Television Organization (OTI) Song Festival”, Valencia, España, Second Place Winner, Musical Director, 1992

  • “Iberian/American Television Organization (OTI) Song Festival”, USA, First Place Winner, Best Musical Arrangement, 1992


 

 

 ORCHESTRAL APPEARANCES, CONCERTS, SHOWS,

(EXTRAVAGANZAS), FESTIVALS, RECITALS:

 

Performer,  Arranger,  Composer, Conductor.

 

  • 2013: * "Pepe Motta Present"... Cafe "Bien Bohemio", Buenos Aires: Eliana Sosa, Negro Falótico, Rubén Jurado, Nicolás Enrich, Pablo Motta, Mariel Dupetit, Walter Ríos, Lola Barrios Expósito,
  • May:
    "Legistango", Legislature Buenos Aires: Pepe Motta Quinteto: Matías Rubino, (bandoneón); Rubén Jurado, (viola); Pablo Motta, (contrabass) y Humberto Ridolfi, (violín).
  • Las Vegas Red Carpet Tango Festival, October 2013.
  • 2012: * "Pepe Motta Present", Café "Bien Bohemio", Pablo Motta, Rubén Jurado, Germán Martinez, Nicolas Enrich, Cardenal Dominguez, Nora Roca, Hernán "Cucuza" Castiello, Jesús Hidalgo, Noelia Moncada, Oscar Pometti, Patricia Barone, Hugo Araujo. The last Fridays of the month.
  • Seminar "Haciendo historia con el tango", ("Making history with the tango), National Secretary of Culture.
  • Café Homero - Performing his new tangos from the production, "Secretos del alma".
  • "Red Carpet Tango Festival", Las Vegas, USA
  • Shows: Los Ángeles, USA.
  • 2011: March: "This is Tango Now". Bloomington, Indiana, USA.
  • December: "National Academy of Tango". Performing his new tangos from the production, "Secretos del alma".
  • Shows in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, USA, and Argentina.
  •  2010: Shows in Las Vegas, USA and in Argentina.
  • 2009: Shows in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, USA and in Argentina.

  • 2008 - Chiqui Pereyra, Marilina Mozzoni, Marcelo Tommasi, Luis Filipelli, Caracol, Cheche, Guillermo Fernández.

  • Show “Fiesta Argentina ”, Ford Amphitheater, LA, USA, 2006/2007/2008

  • Shows: Cecilia Milone, Cheche, Guillermo Fernandez, 2005/2006/2007,  Argentina.
  • “Tango Bs. As.”, on board of several Royal Caribbean ships, from 2004 to the present.

  • “Reencuentro”, Tango show, Cafe “Homero”, Bs. As., Argentina, 2005

  • “Valentine’s Day Concert”, Philadelphia Orchestra, USA, February 14, 1999

  • “Tango Vivo”, Phoenix, AZ, USA, 1999

  • “Tango Vivo”, “Rotary Club Convention”, Anaheim, CA, USA, 1999

  • “Tango Vivo”, “Rotary Club Worldwide Convention”, Singapore, 1999

  • “Tango Vivo”, Beverly Hills, CA, USA, 1999

  • “First Los Angeles Tango Festival”, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1997

  • “Voy a Triunfar ‘93”, Musical Arrangement and Musical Director, 
    First Festival of Hispanic Songs, Los Angeles, CA, USA

  • “Tango by the sea", Long Beach, CA, 1991/96

  • “Cafetín de Buenos Aires”, Recital, CSU, Los Angeles, CA,1991

  • “Caribbean Fantasy”, Extravaganza, on board Royal Caribbean, Miami, USA, 1991

  • “Los Angeles Festival”, 1990, with “Tango Tres”, USA

  • “Poetry of Garcia Lorca”, Recital, CSU, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1990

  • “Bedazzle”, Extravaganza, on board Royal Caribbean, Miami, 1990           

  • “Hollywood Legends”, Extravaganza, Queensland, Australia, 1989

  • “Tango Night”, Festival of Argentine Cinema, Los Angeles, CA, 1988

  • “Moscow Circus in Argentina”, 1984/1988

  •  Julio Iglesias, Recital, Bs. As., Argentina

  • “Viña del Mar”, Festival, Chile, 1984

  • “Concert Tour of Choir of Acasusso”, (S. America, Mexico and USA), 1981

  • “Django”, Recital, Bs. As., Argentina

  • “José José”, Recital, Bs. As., Argentina

  • “The Greatest Parade in the World”, Extravaganza, Uruguay

  • “Struggle Against World Hunger”, Festival, OEA, Bs. As., Argentina, 1970

  • “Folklorísimo”, Festival, Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 COMMERCIAL JINGLES:
  •   Univision Radio, Recuerdo and KLVE, LA, CA, USA,

  •   Heftel Broadcasting Corp.: KTNQ, 1020 AM, Los Angeles;

  •   1270 AM KESS, Dallas; 

  •   1010 AM TREMENDA, Houston, Texas; 

  •   1350 AM KCOR, San Antonio; 

  •   1530 AM KGBT, Harlingen; 

  •   750 AM KAMA, El Paso, Texas;                         

  •   1140 AM WQBA, Miami;

  •   1280 WADO, Washington; 

  •   560 AM, Chicago;

  •   Super Q 870; Super Q 1480, Las Vegas.

  •   “Z” Radio Station, Sacramento, CA, USA.

  •   “Jack in the Box”, LA, CA, USA

  •   “Carl’s Junior”, LA, CA, USA

  •   “Southwestern Bell”, LA, CA, USA

  •   “Big K Mart”, LA, CA, USA

  •   “LEVIS”, LA, CA, USA

  •   “Himno al Inmigrante”, “leitmotif”, Lexicon campaign,   program: “Inglés sin barreras”, LA, CA, USA

  •   “Descarga Musical”, “leitmotif” radio station program,  Heftel Broadcasting Corp., LA, CA, USA

  •   “Himno a la Excelencia”, Anthem, Los Angeles Unified School District,  LA, CA, USA

  •   Mini-serie T.V. “Paloma”, campaign Lexicon, “Inglés sin barreras”,  LA, CA, USA

 

 

 

“Forever Chaplin”

  • “It’s No Joke"

  • “Romina”

  • “Homage”

  • “Brunch With Mirtha Legrand”

  • “Playing and Winning”

  • “Win at 2”

  • “The Life You Gave Me”

  • “Forbidden Love”

  • “Your World and Mine”

  • “The Cherry Garden”

  • “This Afternoon”

  • “The Mirror”

  • “Hyperhumor”

  • “Cordially”

  • “Open Studio”

  • “Coffee with Canela”

  • “Tales and Novels”

  • “TV Games”

  • “With a Certain...Smile”

  • “Zoom”

  • “The Children’s Republic”

  • “Let the Children Come”

  • “Boys and Girls”

  •  


     

     TANGO IN TELEVISION:

                                                      

    • “This is the Tango”, Argentina

    • “The Values of Tango”, Argentina

    • “Veronica Clare”, (Hep Series Telpro) LA, CA., USA

    • “Tango”, commercial for television, campaign “Inglés sin barreras”, USA

     


     

    MOTION PICTURES:

     

    Arranger Performer Conductor Composer

    • “Dance With Me”   (Tango), USA

    • “My Father the Hero” (Tango), USA

    • “Wings of Courage”, (SONY PICTURES), (Tango), USA

    • “Tango, the obsession”, (Tango), USA

    • “Marlene Dietrich”, (Tango), USA

    • "The Boss", Lalo Schiffrin, Argentina

    • “Agar Cross”, (Documentary), Argentina

    • “This Youth...This Land”, (Documentary), Argentina

    • “The Republic of Argentina”, (Documentary), Argentina

    • “Stolen Flowers in the Garden of Quilmes”, Argentina

    • “The Loves of Laurita”, Argentina

    • “The House of the Seven Tombs”, Argentina

    • “The Cats”, Argentina

    • “The Slaves”, Argentina

    • “In the Name of the Son”, Jorge Polaco, Argentina


     

      THEATER:

                                                      

    • "Bs. As. Café", UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • "Fuenteovejuna", USC, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • "Aristo", Hermosa Beach, CA, USA 

    • “Evita...The Woman”, Argentina

    • “Unipersonal”, Pepe Soriano, Argentina

    • “The Mad Cage”, Argentina

    • “The Unsailed Sailboat”, Argentina

    • “Star Sparks”, Argentina

    • “Lollipop Worshippers”, Argentina

    • “Carulín”, Argentina

    • “Clavelina”, Argentina

    • “Honey, Pie and a Paper Doll”, Argentina


     

     

    RECORDINGS:

     

    Performer,  Arranger,  Composer, Conductor.

     

    • SONY, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • WEA WARNER BROS., Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • EMI Latin, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • Polygram, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • BMG, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • FONOVISA, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • T.H.Rodven, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • Luna Music Co., Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • CBS Record Co., Mexico

    • Velvet Record Co., Venezuela

    • Cabal Record Co., Argentina

    • Microfon Record Co., Argentina

    • Ultrasound Record Co., Argentina

    • Interdisc Record Co., Argentina

    • Corazón Record Co., Argentina

    • Polygram Record Co., Argentina

    • Vaiven Record Co., Argentina

    • EMI Record Co., Argentina

    • Europhone Record Co., Argentina

    • Leader Music Record Co., Argentina

    • American Record Co., Argentina

    • Music Hall Record Co., Argentina

    • Welcome Song for Pope Juan Pablo II, Composer and Recording.

    • “Worldwide Papal Commission for Youth”, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1987.


     

    ARTISTIC COLLABORATION:

     

    Armando Manzanero, José José, Los Fugitivos, Los Dinnos, Rosalva, Monarrez, Los Gamma, Los Kandys, Los Tica, Los Brizos, El Tiempo, Los Mora, Los Sagitarios, La Sonora Meliyará, Los Caminantes, Banda Mochos, etc., in USA.

    Lalo Schiffrin, Mercedes Sosa, Dino Salluzzi, Antonio Prieto, José Angel Trelles, Django, Trio San Javier, Gianfranco Pagliaro, Los Tucu Tucu, Cacho Tirao, Cantaniño, Festilindo, María Marta Serra Lima, Tormenta, Las Ardillas, Sergio Dennis, Sandro, Andrea del Boca, Pimpinela, King Clave, Jorge Porcel, Oscar Toscano, Diana María, Marikena Monti, Juan Marcelo, Francisco Llanos, etc., in Argentina

     


     

    RECOGNITION AND AWARDS:

    Producer, Composer

    • "Distinguished Citizen", Pergamino Legislature, Abril 2013
    • Recognition to his career, Argentinian National Congress. 2012
    • August 2011: "Distinguished Citizen". Board of Villa Crespo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    • “6 of July, Jose Luis “Pepe” Motta Day in Nevada”. Proclamation given for the Nevada Legislature, Ruben Kihuen, (D-NV) legislator. 2010

    • Recognition as "Pergamino Distinguished Citizen",  his natal city, 2004.   

    • EMMY Award-Live Special Events, Rose Parade, L.A., CA, 2000 and 2001.

    • “Los Fugitivos”: platinum and golden records, one million sold in the world, 1997

    • BILLBOARD, “Hot Top Latin Producers”, 1995/1996/1997

    • UNIVISION, Channel 34, KMEX, “Lo Nuestro    Awards”,  nominee as “Best Producer of the Year”, 1996

    • BMI, Award: Most Popular Song of 1996, Song: “Lágrimas al recordar”, Artist: “Los Caminantes”

    • “Iberian/American Television Organization (OTI) Song Festival”, Los Angeles, CA, First Place Winner, Musical Arrangement, 1993

    • “Iberian/American Television Organization (OTI) Song Festival”, Valencia, España, Second Place Winner, Musical Director, 1992

    • “Iberian/American Television Organization (OTI) Song Festival”, USA, First Place Winner, Best Musical Arrangement, 1992


     

     

     ORCHESTRAL APPEARANCES, CONCERTS, SHOWS,

    (EXTRAVAGANZAS), FESTIVALS, RECITALS:

     

    Performer,  Arranger,  Composer, Conductor.

     

    • 2013: * "Pepe Motta Present"... Cafe "Bien Bohemio", Buenos Aires: Eliana Sosa, Negro Falótico, Rubén Jurado, Nicolás Enrich, Pablo Motta, Mariel Dupetit, Walter Ríos, Lola Barrios Expósito,
    • May:
      "Legistango", Legislature Buenos Aires: Pepe Motta Quinteto: Matías Rubino, (bandoneón); Rubén Jurado, (viola); Pablo Motta, (contrabass) y Humberto Ridolfi, (violín).
    • Las Vegas Red Carpet Tango Festival, October 2013.
    • 2012: * "Pepe Motta Present", Café "Bien Bohemio", Pablo Motta, Rubén Jurado, Germán Martinez, Nicolas Enrich, Cardenal Dominguez, Nora Roca, Hernán "Cucuza" Castiello, Jesús Hidalgo, Noelia Moncada, Oscar Pometti, Patricia Barone, Hugo Araujo. The last Fridays of the month.
    • Seminar "Haciendo historia con el tango", ("Making history with the tango), National Secretary of Culture.
    • Café Homero - Performing his new tangos from the production, "Secretos del alma".
    • "Red Carpet Tango Festival", Las Vegas, USA
    • Shows: Los Ángeles, USA.
    • 2011: March: "This is Tango Now". Bloomington, Indiana, USA.
    • December: "National Academy of Tango". Performing his new tangos from the production, "Secretos del alma".
    • Shows in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, USA, and Argentina.
    •  2010: Shows in Las Vegas, USA and in Argentina.
    • 2009: Shows in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, USA and in Argentina.

    • 2008 - Chiqui Pereyra, Marilina Mozzoni, Marcelo Tommasi, Luis Filipelli, Caracol, Cheche, Guillermo Fernández.

    • Show “Fiesta Argentina ”, Ford Amphitheater, LA, USA, 2006/2007/2008

    • Shows: Cecilia Milone, Cheche, Guillermo Fernandez, 2005/2006/2007,  Argentina.
    • “Tango Bs. As.”, on board of several Royal Caribbean ships, from 2004 to the present.

    • “Reencuentro”, Tango show, Cafe “Homero”, Bs. As., Argentina, 2005

    • “Valentine’s Day Concert”, Philadelphia Orchestra, USA, February 14, 1999

    • “Tango Vivo”, Phoenix, AZ, USA, 1999

    • “Tango Vivo”, “Rotary Club Convention”, Anaheim, CA, USA, 1999

    • “Tango Vivo”, “Rotary Club Worldwide Convention”, Singapore, 1999

    • “Tango Vivo”, Beverly Hills, CA, USA, 1999

    • “First Los Angeles Tango Festival”, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1997

    • “Voy a Triunfar ‘93”, Musical Arrangement and Musical Director, 
      First Festival of Hispanic Songs, Los Angeles, CA, USA

    • “Tango by the sea", Long Beach, CA, 1991/96

    • “Cafetín de Buenos Aires”, Recital, CSU, Los Angeles, CA,1991

    • “Caribbean Fantasy”, Extravaganza, on board Royal Caribbean, Miami, USA, 1991

    • “Los Angeles Festival”, 1990, with “Tango Tres”, USA

    • “Poetry of Garcia Lorca”, Recital, CSU, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1990

    • “Bedazzle”, Extravaganza, on board Royal Caribbean, Miami, 1990           

    • “Hollywood Legends”, Extravaganza, Queensland, Australia, 1989

    • “Tango Night”, Festival of Argentine Cinema, Los Angeles, CA, 1988

    • “Moscow Circus in Argentina”, 1984/1988

    •  Julio Iglesias, Recital, Bs. As., Argentina

    • “Viña del Mar”, Festival, Chile, 1984

    • “Concert Tour of Choir of Acasusso”, (S. America, Mexico and USA), 1981

    • “Django”, Recital, Bs. As., Argentina

    • “José José”, Recital, Bs. As., Argentina

    • “The Greatest Parade in the World”, Extravaganza, Uruguay

    • “Struggle Against World Hunger”, Festival, OEA, Bs. As., Argentina, 1970

    • “Folklorísimo”, Festival, Pergamino, Buenos Aires, Argentina

     COMMERCIAL JINGLES:
    •   Univision Radio, Recuerdo and KLVE, LA, CA, USA,

    •   Heftel Broadcasting Corp.: KTNQ, 1020 AM, Los Angeles;

    •   1270 AM KESS, Dallas; 

    •   1010 AM TREMENDA, Houston, Texas; 

    •   1350 AM KCOR, San Antonio; 

    •   1530 AM KGBT, Harlingen; 

    •   750 AM KAMA, El Paso, Texas;                         

    •   1140 AM WQBA, Miami;

    •   1280 WADO, Washington; 

    •   560 AM, Chicago;

    •   Super Q 870; Super Q 1480, Las Vegas.

    •   “Z” Radio Station, Sacramento, CA, USA.

    •   “Jack in the Box”, LA, CA, USA

    •   “Carl’s Junior”, LA, CA, USA

    •   “Southwestern Bell”, LA, CA, USA

    •   “Big K Mart”, LA, CA, USA

    •   “LEVIS”, LA, CA, USA

    •   “Himno al Inmigrante”, “leitmotif”, Lexicon campaign,   program: “Inglés sin barreras”, LA, CA, USA

    •   “Descarga Musical”, “leitmotif” radio station program,  Heftel Broadcasting Corp., LA, CA, USA

    •   “Himno a la Excelencia”, Anthem, Los Angeles Unified School District,  LA, CA, USA

    •   Mini-serie T.V. “Paloma”, campaign Lexicon, “Inglés sin barreras”,  LA, CA, USA