Gabriel Pedernera

Gabriel Pedernera was born on March 19, 1986 in Córdoba Capital, he is a musician, producer and mixer. The only child of music-loving parents, since he was a child they transmitted the passion and love for music to him, at the age of 8 he began to take drum lessons and within a few months he was already playing live with various Folklore and Jazz groups. .

In 1997 he made his first tour with the group “Gualicho” through the north of Argentina when he was only 11 years old, and at that moment he decided that this was going to be his profession. In 2001 he was summoned to be part of “Armando Flores”, a well-known Cordovan rock group with which he recorded an album and toured throughout the country until 2005. In 2006 he produced his first album, for Enrico Barbizi, a singer and composer from Cordoba, who trusted Gabriel to carry out his album “Tente En Pie”, from that moment he began his path as a music producer.

In 2007 he was the winner of the “Solidrummer” contest organized by the Argentinean battery factory “Solidrums”, being chosen among more than 150 drummers from all over the country, and arriving at the end of that same year he formed (together with Lula Bertoldi and Brenda Martin) ERUCA SATIVA.

As a producer he has worked with many groups and artists, in 2020 he was the winner of the Gardel Award for Producer of the Year, along with 6 other statuettes that he won for the album he produced for David Lebón “Lebón & Co”.

His studio “Acampis” is not only the place where he usually works as a producer and mixer, but it also became the home of his online seminar “La Canción Manda”, a cycle of monthly talks that Gabriel has been giving since May 2020, a space in which hundreds of musicians and producers from Argentina and the world participate.

GP began to show a great passion for drums at a very young age, and when he was 2 years old, some family friends gave him his first pair of drumsticks. At the age of 8 he formally began to study classical drums and percussion at Collegium CEIM, Córdoba, with Carlos Pichi Pereyra, who was his teacher for more than 10 years. In 2007 he won the national contest “Solidrummer” for the Solidrums Argentina brand, being chosen from more than 150 drummers from all over the country, and during these more than 20 years dedicated to the instrument GP has recorded dozens of albums, has collaborated with artists of different styles, and is considered a benchmark of the instrument in his country.