Hugo Satorre has performed in some of the most prestigious theatres and concert halls throughout the world. Some worth noting are: the Sydney Opera House (Australia), The Esplanade (Singapore), the Walt Disney Hall (Los Angeles), el Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires), The Arts Centre (Melbourne), the Shangai Oriental Art Center (Shangai). In March 2012 he accompanied tenor Placido Domingo on a stage set up in the widest avenue in Buenos Aires, 9 de Julio Av., in front of 120,000 people.

Born in Buenos Aires on the July 15, 1977, this young bandoneonist began his education at the Juan José Castro Conservatory and has continued to study with the most remarkable bandoneonists of our times including Walter Rios and Juan José Mosalini. He has also been fortunate to share the stage with Masters Leopoldo Federico, Emilio Balcarce, Jose Libertela, Atilio Stampone and Nestor Marconi.

In 2016 he released his first solo album, an album dedicated solely to the works of the master musical arranger Maximo Mori. He is one of the original members of Orquesta Victoria and of the 2013 Latin Grammy nominee "Duo Ramírez-Satorre" together with Adrián Ramírez. He is also part of numerous musically diverse projects. He's finishing his undergraduate course in Argentine Music at Universidad de San Martín.