Tomás Falasca began his journey with double bass at thirteen years of age, mentored by the maestro Oscar Carnero in 2001. Parallel to his classical studies, he also took on electric bass under the direction of Daniel Naka. In 2003, he continued his studies with Javier Dragun. And in 2006, he began to officially study at the conservatory Manuel de Falla, eventually graduating with his title.
2007 saw Tomás begin performing out, in the tango club known as “El Querandi”, where he is seen occasionally playing every now and then.
He continues to develop his style and activity within the tango genre, through different musical groups, and accompanying artists such as Susan Rinaldi, José Colangelo, Amelita Baltar, Ernesto Acher, Miguel Angel Zotto, among others. He has formed part of touring tango shows such as “Tango After Dark” and “Immortal Tango” directed by German Cornejo.
In 2012, Tomás traveled to Spain to study with the maestro Lucian Ciorata. That same year he was invited to participate in the Orquesta del Bicentenario. In 2013, he took up music composition studies with the mentor Gabriel Senanes.
In the recent years, he has realized tours through Canada, Colombia, Chile, Spain, England, France, Taiwan, and Argentina. He continues to perform at prestigious halls and festivals throughout the world.