Alejandro started his piano studies early at the Beethoven Conservatoire in Buenos Aires, directed back then by renowned Pía Sebastiani from whom he received lessons. After school he started out at the National Conservatoire in Argentina, today part of the National University of the Arts. It is here where he acquired his degree as music interpreter specialized in piano (BMus. Hons). Parallel to the University, he worked on and received as well a Music Pedagogy BMus degree specialized in piano teaching from the Santa Ana Conservatoire in Buenos Aires as well.
He has performed across Buenos Aires in different venues, solo and mostly chamber music, and has also premiered Stefano Troncaro's Piano Suite, an Argentine award-winning pianist and composer.
Alejandro is fond of piano teaching and have been teaching lessons since 2008 privately and working at a Basque private high school since 2012. In 2017 he earned a scholarship to work for half a year in London and has liked it ever since.
He also has a passion for creating and editing videos recording soundtracks from movies, series and videogames, particularly Japanese compositions, which he shares on his channels.