Willy Poch was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His childhood was marked as a soloist with choirs, leading to star in musicals and operettas at the most important venues in Buenos Aires: “Teatro Colón”, “Cervantes”, “Municipal General San Martin”, “Presidente Alvear”.
Later, his passion for music led him to learn guitar, bass with Fran Ojstersek (Spinetta Jade) and in Walter Malosetti School, and piano with Juan del Barrio (Spinetta Jade, Abuelos de la Nada), integrating numerous rock bands, popular music and fusion. Also participates, as a session musician in prestigious artists´projects.
Later, Italy was his destination, where continuing its advertising creative work, he continues the composition and performance as a sessionist, where he met and worked with Marco Zanelli, a prominent European musician and arranger, manager of the record production of relevant figures, such as Laura Pausini, Eros Ramazzotti and Zucchero Fornacciari.
He works in the theatrical world with Giorgio Strehler, Milan's “Teatro del Piccolo” founder, great diffuser of Brecht's work in Italy.
Back again in his country, he composes the songs of the “Ilusiones” album being part of the band “Insitu”.
Later on, he also participates of the musical project “Son del Sur”, sharing stage with the great musicians like Leon Gieco, Teresa Parodi and Julia Zenko.
The prestigious Spanish site "Cantautores del Mundo ", names him as one of the best composers in its monthly ranking and his song "Montserrat” –the single of his latest production "Corazon dormido" - is one of the top rated mp3. This same song "Montserrat”, becomes the anthem of this Buenos Aires´ neighborhood, with wide dissemination by the Historical authorities of the Buenos Aires City Government, officially presented with its video clip in the last “Casa Foa” edition.
He is voted as the best singer and composer of 2005 on the important Latin-American site "Musicazo", competing with many Spanish-speaking artists.
In "Corazon dormido," Willy Poch, introduces the ballad, with Latin influences, rock and fusion, where the depth of the lyrics play a preponderant role.
Its official launch is presented at the Buenos Aires´ legendary café, “Café Tortoni”. He finally ends the year 2005 with great presentations at the “Paseo La Plaza” and at the “La Casa de la Juventud” in San Isidro´s district.
The year 2006 gets him as the musical composer, sharing songs with Patricia Sosa and Alejandro Lerner, in the play "En el país de Perbrumón, muchos cuentos en un cuento” by Carlos Vittorello. Directed by Lito Cruz, it is the first theatrical production written and performed by and for an integrated audience.
Also directed by Lito Cruz, the play "Así de perras" features songs specially composed by Willy.
“Pan de Piedra”, by Carlos Vittorello and the winning play of the annual contest "El Búho", currently featuring; it also has the sound produced by Willy Poch.
In the “El Búho” theatre, he presents the multimedia show "Gotas de Universo", also named like his new cd, where its best singles combined projections, colorful lighting effects and choreography. Carlos Vittorello took part of this great production, as the author of the script, as well as Lito Cruz, the on stage director.
Nowadays, he is making many performances with his band in the Capital City and its surroundings areas.
"Divina Luz", his latest cd, features musical direction and arrangements by Dany Vila and winds by Oscar Kreimer. Fran Rizzo and Mauricio Ojstersek features the bass, Marcelo Ceraolo with Stefano Covri the guitars, and Adriana Marelli the chorus.