Born in La Plata, (Argentina) he entered the musical world at the age of four through choral singing. During his childhood he practiced on the piano, the violin, the song and the guitar and then improved with the best teachers in the country. He studied composition and musical direction at the National University of La Plata (Argentina) from 1995, while keeping a professional activity in the world of musical direction and interpretation, mainly at the Teatro Colón, in Buenos Aires, and at the Teatro Argentino, in his hometown. After obtaining his university degree as a teacher, he left his country to enrich his training in Spain, with the composer Josep Soler, and in France, mainly at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris. He obtained advanced diplomas in choral conducting, orchestration and analysis and early music at the Conservatoire national de région de Paris. Since his arrival in France, Luciano has carved out a place for himself in the world of choral and orchestral music, leading regional and national projects. He has also performed regularly as a tenor soloist, in the world of oratorio and concert opera. He is at the origin of the participatory project On your marks, get set ... sing! He directs multiple orchestral ensembles (Philharmonic Orchestra of Freiburg, Sinfonieta of Paris, etc.). He is in charge of the musical and artistic direction of the Orchester du Rhin, based in Strasbourg. He directed the Maîtrise of Saint-Etienne Cathedral in Toulouse as well as the Maîtrise de Garçons de Colmar. He took charge of the Petits Chanteurs de Strasbourg - Maîtrise of the Opéra national du Rhin in 2013.
- Update November 2020 *