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His first CD "Amphora" was recorded between 2013 and 2015, and features more than thirty participating musicians from countries like Japan, Spain, Italy and the USA. All these multicultural talents naturally shaped the direction of each theme. Unique artists were blended to create Mancella’s world music imprint: from the voice of Fer Ruiz Diaz (Catupecu Machu) to a flamenco tango fused with the "Abarelado" hip hop of Alburquerque. "Amphora" invites us to a journey through the musical flavors of 6 continents, guided by compositions of Mariano Manzella.

In 2003, 2004 and 2006 he worked with the company "Tiempo Iberoamericano" in Fukuoka (Japan) along with Toly de Linares (Spain).In 2007 he returned to New York, being part of the flamenco company of Andrea del Conte, where they performed at the Thalia theater in Queens.And in that same year he also participated in the recording of the disc of Raphael Brunn, flamenco guitarist New York.

In 2008 he traveled to Rome with the company of Caterina Lucia Costa, Sergio el Javi, Luisa Lojo, Dario Carbonel and Cristina Benitez, touring the main cities of Italy (Rome, Napoli, Udine, Taranto, Capri, Ischia).In 2009 he moved to Germany, where he participated in the "Ferrari Day" and then to Turkey to participate in the Ankara flamenco festival. That same summer he presents his show in the cities Sardinia and Porto Cervo.

Back in Buenos Aires, in 2010 he worked in the cities of Rosario and Mendoza, the renowned flamenco dancer and choreographer Laura Manzella, who he has accompanied since they were young. He participated as a guest of Catupecu Machu at the Samsung Studio, Gran Rex Theater and Luna Park in the Madera microchip cycle.

Recently, he has presented his latest CD “Amphora” in CABA, Rosario, Córdoba, Neuquén, Tucumán, Río Negro, Pergamino, Colón, Resistencia, Mar del Plata, La Plata, Comodoro Rivadavia, Uruguay and also performed as lead guitar in shows, conducted lessons and workshops throughout the country.