He debuts in 1999 with the piece “Carol´s Horn” dedicated to the Pre-infantile Orchestra of the Tachira State during his stay as musical director. Ever since, he started developing a diverse activity as arranger of Venezuelan repertoire.
Several years later, specifically in 2005, he was entrusted the composition of the official theme of the National Youth Games of Venezuela “Andes 2005”, an event for which he composed the “Ceremonial Fanfares Nº 1 & 2” for brass ensemble, and the “Symphonic March Nº 1”, used for the athletes parade during the closure ceremony of the Games, performed live by the Symphony Orchestra of the Tachira State, under his direction. It is important to stress that the recording and scores of these works were gifted to the American teacher John Williams in the city of Los Angeles in the year 2007, in a brief meeting held in the Walt Disney Concert Hall along with the teachers Jose Antonio Abreu, Gustavo Dudamel, and the remarkable Venezuelan composer Giancarlos Castro during the concert tour of the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra on American soil. During the year 2007, he is called again to compose the official theme of the National Youth Games of Venezuela in its “Llanos 2007” edition, an event for which he composed the “Ceremonial Fanfare Nº 3”, as well as the advertising diffusion theme, and the “Ceremonial March Nº 2”, used for the lightning of the Olympic flame in the opening ceremony of the Games held in the city of Guanare, Portuguesa State.
Later, in 2009, his concerts for Horn Nº 1 & 2 are premiered; the former being performed by the young Venezuelan talent Kervin Guarapana, former principal of the “Teresa Carreño” Symphony Youth Orchestra, and the latter by Professor Rainer Ossott (former member of the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela.) Both concerts were premiered in the Simon Bolivar Hall of the Social Action for Music Center in the city of Caracas, directed by the same composer and joined by the Teresa Carreño Symphony Youth Orchestra of Venezuela and the Symphony Youth Orchestra of Chacao. His creation includes short pieces written for violoncello, dedicated with special affection for his friend and great cellist Alisa Weillerstein-Payare. It is also a piece for solo flute and several chorals, for French horn ensemble, and brass ensemble. Currently, he is working in his first adagio for strings.
In June 2015, he writes his "Rock Overture" for the opening of the 2015 symphonic rock concert of the National Symphony Orchestra of Ecuador, an event held in the Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana National Theater of Quito, attended by 4 thousand people in the two performances carried out.
He performed the last of his arrangements in the past month of December 2015, premiered by the horns ensemble of the Simon Bolivar Orchestra of Venezuela in the city of Berlin on January 19 of 2016, date in which this group was invited to the prestigious “Horn Hangsout” show, moderated by the famous international horn player, Master “Sarah Willis” (a member of the horns row of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Berlin.) This arrangement for 9 horns included a selection of the most representative themes of the Venezuelan music at an international level. This show was broadcasted via Internet, and rebroadcasted by the Deutsche Welle radio channel.