Born in Buenos Aires, soprano Iris Canepa's and baritono Pedro Linares's son, he studied very yong with Julio Pagés Abril and he made his debuct at fourteen at Teatro Comunale of Viña del Mar in Chile with "Antologia de la Zarzuela". He studied this repertory at School of Art of Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires and in 1993 he enter in the permanent chorus of Theatre.
He received special mentions at 'Traviata 2000 Competition' with Lorin Maazel president of jury and at 'Belvedere Competition' in Wien; he was finalist in 1995 at 'V Luciano Pavarotti Competition' and after he sung in Philadelphia with him in the spectacle 'Operates Extravaganza' in "Bohéme" (Marcello); he was finalist in many other competition like 'Operalia' in Tokyo, 'Francesco Viñas' in Barcellona and 'Neue Stimmen' of Bertlsmann Foundation in Gotersloth.
For the ri-opening of Teatro Avenida he was protagonist in Tomas Breton's "La Verbana de la Palma" under the baton of Miguel Roa (role after interpreted in Spain at Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid with Alberto Alonso and Emilio Sagi) and in Moreno Torroba's "Luisa Fernanda".
He made his debut like soloist at Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires in "Barbiere di Siviglia". After he sung "Giovanna d'Arco" at Teatro Coliseo Podestà under the baton of M° R.Luvini; "Bohéme" in Chile; "Don Carlo" at Teatro Argentino de la Plata; "Rigoletto" with Juventus Lirica (Teatro Avenida) and in Bogotà; "Carmina Burana" in Belgrado; "Lucrezia Borgia" in Teatro Avenida; "La Straniera" at V Festival Bellini of Teatro Avenida, "Trovatore" in Cordoba; "Medea" in Buenos Aires; "Carmen" in Bogotà; Donizetti's "Viva la Mamma" in Buenos Aires; "Fanciulla del West", "Cenerentola" and "Colombo de Gomez" in Argentina.
In Italy he sung "Bohéme", "Corsaro" and "Alzira" in Rome, "Nabucco" at Monza Festival alternandosi alterned with Giorgio Zancanaro; "Traviata" in Palermo; "Luisa Miller" and "Bohéme" in Parma.