Sebastian Strauchler is a graduated Music Professor at Conservatoire Superior Manuel de Falla, Buenos Aires. From 2005 he has totally focus in the Renaissance lute and Baroque lute repertoire, studying plucked instruments in the same institution (the only official Early Music degree in all South America) with Hernan Vives.
He is always continuing his studies with international noted players like Dolores Costoyas, Xavier Diaz-Latorre, Eduardo Eguez or Hopkinson Smith.
In 2008 Sebastian founded Antires, an early music ensemble with an intense activity in Argentina, awarded with an scholarship in 2011 by the Argentine National Arts Foundation. Sebastian was also grant-holder by Erasmus Foundation and the Knowledge Centre to participate and play in concerts and courses under direction of Eduardo Eguez and Gabriel Garrido.
As founding member of Don Gil de las Calzas Verdes, he has played extensively in important festivals throughout Argentina, Colombia, Peru and Spain, obtaining the acclaim of the audience and critics. The group has also record a cd with Latin-Americans and Spanish music and his show was declared of Cultural Interest by the Nation Culture Ministry.
As a soloist and continuist, he has been invited by many renowned ensembles like La Barroca del Suquia (Directed by Manfred Kraemer) or the European Union Youth Orchestra (Directed by Sarah Sew), playing in countless concert halls like the Argentinian Kirchner Cultural Centre (1950 capacity), the Usina de las Artes (1200 capacity) or, in the Uruguayan Solis Theatre (1500 capacity).