b. 27 March 1944, near Buenos Aires, Argentina, d. 5 July 2003, Miami, Florida, USA. Silvetti examined piano as a little child and afterwards played both in jazz and pop groupings. In his early twenties, he resided and worked for some time in Spain and Mexico, that is where he begun to attract interest for his agreements and orchestrations and in addition for his compositions. One of is own first recordings was of ‘Springtime Rain’ which became a big success when it had been released in 1976. It had been specifically favoured by disco viewers in European countries and Latin America. Others protected the name, but Silvetti acquired set an extremely high standard; certainly, it was one which he himself was struggling to reach once again. Although Silvetti continuing to make information every once in awhile, it had been as an arranger for various other artists so when a record manufacturer that he produced his tag. Among performers with whom he proved helpful in these capacities had been bandleader Larry Elgart in the later 80s, and with the 90s with many performers, including Paul Anka, ‘Amigos’, Vikki Carr, composing the arrangement on her behalf documenting of ‘Collection Me Totally free’, Eydie Gorme, ‘Eso Sera Un Amor’, Engelbert Humperdinck, ‘Quiereme Mucho’ and ‘Like Unchained’, Rocío Jurado, ‘Como Todas las Alas Al Viento’, Paloma San Basilio, ‘Simplemente Lo Mejor’, in addition to Roberto Carlos, Vic Damone, Ricardo Mantaner, Armando Manzanero, Milton Nascimento, Daniela Romo and Marco Antonio Solís. He also caused classical performers, including Daniel Barenboim and Placido Domingo; using the second option he done ‘De Mi Alma Latina’ and on the tenor’s Special event In Vienna with Dionne Warwick.