Ariel was born in Argentina and discovered the double bass at the age of 17. In 1997, he began studying the double bass in Buenos AIres with Miguel Angel Villaroel. In 2002, he won a scholarship from the Fundacion Antochas (Buenos Aires) to study in Vienna, Austria with James Rapport. After studying in Vienna, he moved to Belgium in order to continue his studies at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel (Brussels Royal Conservatory), where he completed his master’s degree.
Ariel has given concerts in the most important concert halls of Europe and America, including the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Musikverein and the Concerthaus (Vienna), Cité de la Musique (Paris), Bozar and Flagey Studio 4 (Brussels) and the Teatro Colon (Buenos Aires).
As member of Sonico, In 2017/2018, Ariel Eberstein will open Bozar’s season with “United Music of Brussels”, perform on Liégeois television during the festival “Jazz à Verviers,” participate in the “Een Beetje Belg” exhibition at the Red Starline Museum in Antwerp, and will perform as part of the European tour of Fernando Otero (winner of 3 Grammy awards).
In 2018 Ariel Eberstein will go on tour , with Sonico, throughout Argentina in order to present the CD: EDUARDO ROVIRA: LA OTRA VANGUARDIA, which will be released in the fall of 2018. This tour will inclued a final concert at the “Festival Tango BA”.