He plays cuatro, double bass and is a composer. He took the 3rd place in “La Siembra del Cuatro” in 2007, the 2nd place in “La Siembre del Cuatro” in 2012 and in 2011 the 2nd place in “El Silbón” and “San Martín”.
After teaching cuatro soloist, music theory and doble bass at Merida School of Music ( 2003 – 2007 ), he has been an arranger of the “Orquesta Típica Merideña” (a venezuelan orchestra), a cuatro and doble bass player at the String Ensamble at the “Universidad de Los Andes” and an arranger and composer for the “5 Numerao” ensamble. Since 2013 he is living in France.
He develops, with a team of Venezuelan musicians living in Europe, “Stage de Musique Creole Vénézuéliénne” Stage of the Venezuelan music education in the city of Mirecourt, France.
He has acted in several important concert hall and festivals in Venezuela, Colombia, Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, Italy and Luxembourg, presenting his solo project and accompanying artists like Cristobal Soto, Ricardo Sandoval, Alexis Cardenas, Richard Galliano, Huascar Barradas, Luis Julio Toro, Jose Antonio Naranjo, Orlando Moret, Cecilia Todd, etc.. He currently resides in France.
Leo Rondón plays with an cuatro fabricated by Mathias Caron.