Concluded his degree
in Early Music at Universidad El Bosque in Bogota in 2005, where his
thesis work dedicated to continuo performance, and under the advisory
of Liliana Gantívar, received special honors.
He began his music
and classical guitar studies at Universidad de los Andes with Mauricio
Giordanelli, and continued guitar studies at Universidad El Bosque with
Carlos Roca, as well as lute with Alberto Leongómez and Armando
He studied style
analysis with Susana Friedmann, as well as vocal technique and analysis,
practice and semiology of Gregorian chant with the Benedictine Father
Emmanuel Stephan Löwe.
He plays with various
Colombian ensembles specialized in early music, such as Scordatura,
Alba Sonora, La Esfera Armoniosa, Mvsica Rhetorica, Ad
Hoc, and Alfabeto, and accompanies various singers and instrumentalists.
He is founding member and currently assistant director of the Schola
Gregoriana in Bogota, the only Gregorian chant choir in the country,
created by Father Löwe and currently under the direction of Carmelite
Father Alejandro Tobón G., O.C.D.
He has supplemented
his music education with master classes and workshops given by specialists
such as Hopkinson Smith, Jean Tubery, Jörg-Andreas Böticher,
Raphaël Boulay, Rosa Domínguez, and Federico Sepúlveda,