Distinguished with the highest awards in the most relevant piano competitions in his home country, Hugo consolidates today as one of the great Argentine piano players of his generation. His extensive repertoire includes capital works of the keyboard literature, such as the complete 1st and 2nd books of Bach’s «Well-Tempered Clavier”, the complete cycle of Mozart’s Piano Sonatas and Beethoven’s «Diabelli» Variations. Likewise, he has performed as a soloist along Bruckner Akademie Orchester (Munich), Argentina’s National Symphony Orchestra, Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, showcasing his closeness to the great romantic tradition by performing key works from the repertoire, including piano concertos by Brahms, Liszt and Chopin.


Klassik Heute and Naxos Deutschland commented on Hugo Schuler’s Goldberg+ CD: “Hugo Schuler presents himself as a highly educated musician: a Musicus Doctus whose captivating performances testify to an intense commitment to musical structure and reveal the compositional nature of the works.” (Norbert Florian Schuck, Klassik Heute); “Hugo Schuler is an exceptional talent, with his ability to establish great musical connections, his impressive cantabile, and the great naturalness in his speech — which sounds as if it could not be said any other way.” (Rainer Aschemeier, Naxos Deutschland)

European press praised Hugo for his world-first recordings of works by Heinrich Kaminski and Reinhard Schwarz-Schilling, highlighting his “pronounced sense of polyphony” (Oliver Fraenzke, The Listener), his “broad and elastic phrasing ” (Peter Kislinger, Radio Österreich 1) and “his fascinating diction and analytically clear style” (Wolfgang Schreiber, Süddeutsche Zeitung).

Argentina’s main media outlets have highlighted his “masterful piano art” and “profound musicality” (René Vargas Vera, La Nación), his “broad repertoire” (Laura Novoa, Clarín), as well as his “absolute mastery of the fastest and most intricate passages” (Eduardo Balestrena, Asociación de Críticos Musicales de la Argentina)



Master in Piano Performance, Hugo develops extensive academic work as Piano and Counterpoint professor at Argentina’s National University of the Arts (UNA) and at Salta’s Catholic University (UCASAL), and Repertoire Analysis professor at UNA’s Orchestral Conducting Master’s Degree.

Likewise, he has given master classes at prominent institutions such as Barcelona’s Conservatori Liceu, Paraguay’s National Conservatory (CONAMU), Buenos Aires’ “Manuel de Falla” Conservatory, and Rosario’s National University, specializing in Schenkerian Analysis and Interpretation of J.S.Bach’s Keyboard Music.