Julian Tenembaum is an Argentine composer, pianist, and producer. He had an early introduction to music, learning to play the piano during his childhood. Through this, Julian began to delve into the styles of classical pianists from previous generations, as well as the music of contemporary composers, before forging his own musical path through composition.
He composed the original music for the series 'Historias Migrantes' (2019) directed by Mariano Pozzi, winning the Best Original Music award at the 2020 British Web Awards.
In 2020, he composed the original music for the stage production 'UNDER,' which received support from the National Institute of Theater. It was a collective work between Amsterdam and Buenos Aires, created and directed by Melisa Zulberti and Lucia Fernandez Santoro.
In the course of 2021, he created the original music for the performative installation 'La Continuidad de los Cuerpos,' directed by Melisa Zulberti, exhibited at the Centro Cultural San Martín and selected for the 2022 Young Art Biennial - Scenic Creators.
He is currently releasing his debut solo album titled 'Fragmentos' under the Japanese label Akira Kosemura's 'Schole Records' and Warner Chappell Argentina.
In 2023, he composed the original music for 'Sobre si Mismo' by Melisa Zulberti, co-produced with Fundacion Proa and Proa 21. He is also giving performances featuring his latest album 'Fragmentos' and his upcoming work.