Babilon Guitars

Our passion is the musicians

  • Jeisel Torres

    Babilon Guitars


    Originally from Refugio Cosolapa Oaxaca began his musical studies in the House of Children's Culture of the Technological Institute of Veracruz. He learned to play jarana, harp and requinto jarocho. Continuing his studies in the Free School of Music of the Veracruzan Institute of Culture, choral direction, assembly and arrangement.

    He has participated in festivals such as the Rocola Coca-Cola, Feria, Restival Ricardo Castro and Cervantino International Festival and the Viva México festival in Botafogo and Rio de Janeiro.

    In 2012,he composed the music for the short Film Desechables, directed by Abraham Robert, who participated in the Short Film contest organized by Cinépolis and obtained the first place in the category of science fiction, reason why it was exhibited in the halls of all the Republic Mexican.

    In 2013, Eugenia León invited him to participate as a solo musician in the concert held at the National Palace of Fine Arts to celebrate her 30 years of artistic career. In 2015, he was invited to Russia, participating alongside musicians Abraham Barrera and Iraida Noriega, two of the most important jazz figures in our country.
  • Roberto Arballo "Betuco"

    Babilon Guitars


    Originally from Mazatlán, Sinaloa began his musical studies at the age of 7 at the Instituto Mazatleco de Bellas Artes, Bercklee School of Music, private teachers and Dick Grove School of Music in Los Angeles California.

    Arranger, music director, studio guitarist in Mexico, United States, Canada, Spain, Central and South America.

    He worked for Televisa as a music producer and composed the music for several TV shows including the most awarded in history "Los ricos tambien lloran" and participates in all the recordings of the Timbiriche group since its inception..

    He has participated in recordings and concerts of an infinity of artists, among which are: Roger Williams, Abraham Laboriel, Chilo Morán, Pedro Vargas, Ricardo Arjona, Mijares, Frank Sinatra and Armando Manzanero among others.