Matias Gonzalez was born in Buenos Aires and learned the bandoneon with Nestor Marconi and Marcos Madrigal. He has distinguished career having performed with the greatest tango orchestras, including Leopoldo Federico, Sexteto Mayor, Horacio Salgán Orquesta and Rubén Juárez. This gives Gonzalez an accomplished authenticity and depth, both as bandoneonist and composer of the music of Buenos Aires.
His compositions dedicated to chamber music include “Inside the Astor´s Studio” for bandoneon and string orchestra, Mà Vlast (symphonic poem) and Cachirulo (Sinfonia Concertante) composed for the Mitteldeutsche Kammerphilharmonie (Schönebeck, Germany) performed recently in Spain, Bulgaria and Germany. Gonzalez has worked as a concert bandoneonist internationally: playing with the Juan Libretella Orchestra with Cristian Zárate, Raúl Garello, Chula Clausi and Julio Pane (Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires); Mayo Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Luis Roggero (Buenos Aires Concerts, Amsterdam Concertgebouw); with the Osvaldo Berlinghieri Orchestra, El Viejo Almacen from Buenos Aires; “Tango on Broadway” with Rubén Juárez conducting Cristian Zárate. Gonzalez appears as a soloist in the Nacar Concert by Astor Piazzolla with the Magdeburg Philharmonic Orchestra.