Julián Graciano, learn music from the family roots, great-harpist, guitarist grandfather and his father tango bandoneon player, nucleus where takes his upbringing in a musical environment. In parallel to his schooling, his first formal knowledge incorporates hand of Professor Carlos Esteban, who guides him on solfege and music theory.
Gets the scholarship BEST (Berklee Entering Student Talented) at age 19 and MEFA scholarship (Massachusetts Educational Financial Authority).
Through these achievements pursuing higher studies at the famed Berklee College of Music, Boston USA where it has the ability to perform harmony and improvisation masterclass with Gary Burton, Chucho Valdez and Bob Mintzer; jazz guitar with John Scofield, Mike Stern, Pat Martino and latin jazz with Carlos Moreno (Irakere); polyrhythms and rhythmic concepts with Horacio El black Hernandez and Steve Smith; composition with Jim Reyes and Alf Clausen, among others.
He has taught the guitar chair, musical analysis and repertoire at the Conservatory Argentino Galván and teacher of Liceo Superior del Tango in the chair scholar tango and guitar in the tango Both institutions of the National Academy of Tango. He has given seminars for the College Music Society on history and evolution of tango and the music of Eduardo Rovira. Masterclass on improvisation applied to Argentinean popular music in AADI (Argentinean Association of Musicians).