Tomás Cabado (Buenos Aires, 1993) is a guitarist and composer. His career as a musician was always crossed by very diverse interests: as a guitarist he trained in the Jazz career at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory and led different groups, among which is "A veces el faro, a veces el barco, a veces se encuentran" with Camila Nebbia and Axel Filip, a project with which he released his first album in 2019. As a composer he received his degree at the National University of the Arts in 2016, and devoted himself to the composition of contemporary and later experimental music, a field in which he made tours and residencies in Europe and Latin America, premiering several works and releasing three albums in Germany, England and the United States. Although the axes of his creation are eclectic, Tomás maintains a production attentive to the contexts, stories and musicians that make up each aesthetic. In his new album, "Para las Esporas", to be released at the end of July, he brings together his influences as a popular musician and some from the scholarly tradition, with an eye on a very personal sense of melody and the harmonic and arranging prisms by which he refracts.