Talented Latin American musician Horacio Salgán started acquiring piano classes at an extremely young age, later on studying music within a Buenos Aires conservatory, playing professionally when he joined up with an area radio station known as El Mundo. In 1957, he began playing alongside guitarist Ubaldo De Lío and documented A Buenos Aires De Todas las Tres De La Mañana. Salgán produced Quinteto True in 1960 with Enrique Mario Francini, Rafael Ferro, and bandoneonist Pedro Laurenz, plus they debuted using a self-titled record. In 1969, Horacio Salgán teamed up with pianist/composer Dante Amicarelli, saving Salgán-Amicarelli Dos Virtuosos Del Piano in 1970 and Un Bósque Mágico in 1971. He became a member of a musical known as Tango Argentino in 1983, and toured Argentina, European countries, as well as the U.S.