Hugo was born in Esperanza, Santa Fe, Argentina on January 13 th 1969. He started his study in music at age 14, at first with his father and Nestor Yori. His first drum teachers were Roberto García and Raúl Goldsack, until he began his professional career in Buenos Aires, continuing to study with Junior Cesari. Hugo has performed and/or recorded with a variety of artists including: Facundo Bergalli, Alejandro Herrera, Daniel Corzo, Carlos Campos, Andrés Boiarsky, Gustavo Cámara, Juan Pablo Navarro, Pablo Carmona, Leonardo Alvarez, Negro Gonzalez, Pablo Olivera, Hernán Jacinto, Marcelo Mayor, etc. Since 1997 he has been worked extensively in Argentina and abroad with the Guillermo Calliero Quartet playing drums and percussion. He was a member of the Jazz Ensamble Big Band from 1997 until 2003, performing all over Argentina and International Jazz Festivals in Punta delEste (Uruguay) and Viña del Mar (Chile) while sharing the stage with world-class performers like Paquito D`Rivera, Conrad Herwig and Ernesto Jodos. In 1998 creates the Hard Bop Group Jazz Mail with Francisco Lo Vuolo and Carlos Michelini In 2000 traveled to Barcelona (Spain) to study Music at the Taller de Musics and got lessons with Marc Miralta. There, he met Horacio Fumero and Perico Sambeat, who will played with, when Hugo returned to Argentina. He continues to study music with Satoshi Takeishi, Thomas McCutchen and most recently with Diego Lutheral. Since 2003 Hugo has worked in the United States and the Caribbean as an orchestra drummer for Royal Caribbean International. During the course of his stay he performed with entertainers and musicians such as Jim Trimble, Stuart Hanratty, Paul Boland , The Drifters, Joey Van, Mark Preston, Graig Earle, Bobby Arvon , Jan Downs and more.Videos and full staff ,please visite his web site hugogarcia.com.ar Now he is working as sesionist and doing Workshops by Argentina.