Argentinian tango pianist Mariano Barreiro is one of the most recognized tango pianists of the new generation. Having recorded with the best tango musicians in the world such as Horacio Romo, Pablo Agri, Horacio Cabarcos, Juan Villarreal, Martin Cecconni, Santiago Cursach, Daniel Chapet and Ezequiel Donnianni among others.
The musical ensembles of Mariano Barreiro have been recognized in the United States and in Europe on international tours. In the United States "Mariano Barreiro Tango trio", along with bandoneonist Charles Gorczynski, violinist Ishtar Hernández and bassist Hector Pineda participated for three consecutive years as official ensemble at the ATUSA World Tango Festival of San Francisco, USA. Twice called for the International Red Carpet Tango Festival in Las Vegas. Among the most outstanding events in Europe, the trio was presented at the opening festival of the city of Rovinj , Croatia and at the international music festival of the world of Dvigrad, Croatia.
With his Argentine trio Tango BC, with renowned tango guitarist Santiago Cursach, they made three international tours in North America and released two full-length albums with special guests Horacio Romo, Pablo Agri, Horacio Cabarcos, Juan Villarreal. In 2017 they were awarded by the I.n.a.m.u (National Institute of Music) in Argentina, for the release of the second album "BC trio milonguero".
In Argentina, Mariano was part of the Black Quintet la Boca, a famous Argentine tango quintet with which they toured in Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Holland, Rusia, Germany and France . Gave concerts in International Festivals such as the International Tallinn Tango Festival in Finland, the Festival of the Five Continents in Switzerland, the Tango Postale Festival in France and many others in Argentina.
Mariano studied classical music and tango at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires. Studied tango with the legendary Nicolás Ledesma (pianist of Leopoldo Federico) jazz with the pianist Santiago Giaccobe (pianist of the iconic Astor Piazzolla) and studied technique with the classical pianist Juan Carlos Arabian and with pianist Beatriz Pedrini.