Faithful successor of his father Antonio, he is considered one of the most well-known Argentine violinists. He was part of the Tango Orchestras of Buenos Aires City, Colon Opera House, World Youth in Sweden and Germany and the Symphonic Orchestra of Avellaneda.
At present he is a member of the National Symphonic Orchestra and of Quinteto Juan Jose Mosalini, in Paris. He performed solo with the National, Bahia Blanca and Mercosur Orchestras. He played with Leopoldo Federico, Mariano Mores, Susana Rinaldi, Néstor Marconi, Antonio Agri, Horacio Salgán, Julián Plaza and Osvaldo Berlingieri. He made performances in Spain, France, Japan, New Zealand, USA and the Netherlands and was part of “Tango Argentino” and “Bocca Tango” shows.
“Preparensé” CD by Agri-Zarate-Falasca was selected as the best tango álbum by La Nación Newspaper, 2002. It was awarded the Clarin Show Award –Tango Revelation in 2006 and he was Honor Jury of it in 2007.
Under Musipak label, he participated in the recordings of “Pasión en Tango, II, III and 4” and the series of records 2 ; 2.1; 3 and 3.1 of “TangoNuevo de Jaime Wilensky”.