Luciano Supervielle is a member of Bajofondo, founded by Oscar Winning Gustavo Santaolalla and Uruguayan Juan Campodónico. Bajofondo has been touring around the world for more than 10 years.
In parallel Supervielle has a solo project in which he has released four albums: Bajofondo presenta Supervielle (2005) gold record in ArgenFna and Uruguay, Supervielle en el Solís DVD (2008), Rêverie (2011) and Suite for piano and veiled pulse (2016). This has allowed him to gain important internaFonal recogniFon and tour around Europe and LaFn America winning important awards: two Gardel awards in ArgenFna, GraﬃF awards and an Iris award for best album of the year in Uruguay.
His last album "Suite para piano y pulso velado" puts together a collecFon of piano pieces which, through a subtle accompaniment of electronic programming and synthesizers, generates a unique merge of classical music, Rio de la Plata music and new tendencies in electronic music.
His music was performed by the NaFonal Ballet SODRE directed by Julio Bocca.
In 2015 and 2016 he went on a successful tour around LaFn America and USA together with Oscar and Grammy winner Jorge Drexler.
For the last two years he have been developing the project Clássica Nova along with the Maestro Jaques Morelenbaum (Tom Jobim, Caetano Veloso, Ryuichi Sakamoto), pushing forward his search of bringing together classical and south american popular music, with hip hop and electronic music.
Luciano Supervielle has also made music for the cinema. He composed the original music for El Baño del Papa, a French-Brazilian-Uruguayan co-producFon which obtained numerous awards in internaFonal fesFvals such as the Cannes Film FesBval. In addiFon to this he composed the soundtrack for ArCgas, La Redota directed by Cesar Charlone who was nominated for an Oscar in his work in Cidade de Deus. For the soundtrack of La Redota he obtained a special prize in the Gramado Fes+val in Brazil.
Supervielle’s music has been used many Fmes on TV and ﬁlms. The song Miles de Pasajeros from his ﬁrst album is part of the soundtrack of Oliver Stone’s Savages.