Eduardo Elia graduated from the ´”La Colmena Escuela de Música” (Córdoba), and has advanced studies at the “Berklee International Network” (Buenos Aires) and the Berklee College of Music in Boston (Massachusetts). The one that was scholarship. Although his two great masters were Luis Lewin (Córdoba) and Ernesto Jodos (Buenos Aires), he took private piano lessons with pianists such as Laszlo Gardony (Boston), Neil Olmstead (Boston) and Tino Derado (New York). In 2007 he performed with his quartet at the Rosario Jazz Festival, which led to the proposal of the Blue Art label to publish his first CD “Callado” in 2008. He also participated in the Córdoba Jazz Festival with his own projects and accompanying international artists such as Darmon Meader (The NY Voices), Horacio Fumero and David Xirgu (Barcelona). He was part of the Buenos Aires Jazz 2011 and 2016, and is usually present in Cordoba with his own projects or collaborating with projects of other musicians from Cordoba (Arg.) Parallel to his activity as a musician and teacher in the local Cordoba scene, he formed in 2009 a trio with two renowned musicians from Buenos Aires, Jerónimo Carmona on double bass and Carto Brandán on drums, with which he recorded his second CD “El yang y el yang “, edited in 2011 by Blue Art Records. In 2012, he released his third album, “We see”, alongside Cristian Andrada in double bass, also edited by the Blue Art label of Rosario. In May of 2015 is published “Figuras de un solo trazo” (Blue Art Records), composed entirely by original music, with Cristian Andrada in double bass and the renowned musician Luciano Ruggieri from Rosario in drums. Then the album “Solo” (Blue Art Records 2016), with versions of standards and original music on piano solo. Next was Cuando sea necesario (Blue Art Records 2019), original music, with Rodrigo Domínguez on sax and Sergio Verdinelli on drums, chosen as Album of the Year in the 12th Survey of Argentine Journalists carried out by the specialized site El Intruso. His latest release is Lejos del torbellino (Blue Art Records 2020), compositions in a contemporary jazz style for guitar, piano, double bass and drums, adding saxophone on some tracks.