Spanish singer/songwriter Jorge Bergia was created in the bosom of the motivating family, being influenced with a well-known tenor, his grandfather José García Romero, and a singer/actress, his mom Amelia Garlez. In 1980, the designer joined a music group known as Atrium Musicae, operating along with Finis Africae in 1984. That same 12 months, Jorge Bergia arrived in first place after taking part in a local event for youthful songwriters. In 1985, the musician documented his first recording known as Recoletos, released by EMI, accompanied by La Alegría Del Coyote in 1988 and Tagomago in 1989. After composing music for different Television shows and has, Jorge Bergia produced the soundtrack for Ildikó Szabó’s film Der Freischutz in 1994, afterwards touring the U.S. and European countries plus a group known as la Musgaña.