Andrés Robles has a BA in Music Arts. He graduated from DAMus (Department of Musical Arts – ex National Conservatory “Carlos López Buchardo”) – UNA (University of the Arts with a Saxophone specialty. He had previously obtained the title of Superior Teacher of Music in the same specialty as well as that of University Professor.
He studied saxophone and clarinet with Professor Hugo Pierre. Andrés is currently Sax and Chamber Music Professor at the Conservatorio Provincial de Música “Juan José Castro” and Conservatory CABA’s “Astor Piazzolla” Music Superior. He is also an adjunct professor of Sax at the DAMus (UNA) and has formed different chamber groups, which have been presented in national competitions.
In 2013, he directs the Jazz Orchestra of the UNA, position he still holds and continues to tour.
He currently directs and is part of the “Pierre Quartet” of saxophones with the soprano sax.
He is director and member of the saxophone quartet “Cuatro Saxos”, with which he performs for educational events and concerts. He is director “AR Jazz Orchestra”. He has participated in the Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires and Stable Orchestra of the Colon Theater on several occasions. He trains various jazz groups and orchestras, performing at events and concerts throughout the country covering the jazz, tango and classical music.