Leonardo Granados was born in San Cristóbal, in the Venezuelan Andes, and studied music at the Pedro Antonio Ríos Reina School of Music founded by his father. Leonardo is known for his expertise as a Bolero and Tango singer, as well as a long time player and connoisseur of the venezuelan maracas.
His latest recording, Live at Tokyo Opera House under Sony Japan, next to Amelita Baltar and Ryota Komatsu, interpreting the Operita Maria de Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla. He has performed with artists such as Simón Diaz, Paquito D'Rivera, Janis Siegel, Marco Granados, Pablo Zinger, Edward Simon, Soledad Bravo, Steven Blier, Martin Rojas, Michael Barrett, Luisito Quintero, Carlos Capacho, among others.
He is also a political activist and a music producer, dedicated to crafting and curating musical events to help palliate and create awareness on the deepest humanitarian crisis of the Americas in modern history with epicenter in Venezuela, and the 5 million displaced Venezuelan citizens suffering the scars of forced migration.