Soloist - Bandoneon

Gilberto Pereyra learns very young bandoneon, thanks to his father, an amateur bandoneonist, who impregnated the traditions of popular music of Argentina. From 1974 to 1981, he studied bandoneon with Julian Gaio, Domingo Mattio and perfected with Nestor Marconi.
In 1982, he founded the Sexteto Menor with which he performed in the largest tango halls of Buenos Aires. During this period, he plays with the most prestigious Argentinean musicians: Antonio Agri, Orlando Tripodi, Horacio Salgan, Néstor Marconi, Fernando Suarez Paz, Daniel Binelli, Leon Giéco, Tango x2 and Susana Rinaldi.

In 1991, he moved to Paris and became conductor and arranger at "Trottoires de Buenos Aires". In 1994 he composed the soundtrack of the film "The Violin Player".Gilberto Pereyra is engaged as a soloist for concerts and recordings by many ensembles and orchestras that lead him to perform in the countries of Europe, America and Asia.