Beledo grew up in South America where he learned guitar, piano, ukulele, and violin at an early age and later attended the National University Conservatory of Music in Montevideo, Uruguay.While touring and recording with Uruguayan icons like Lifetime Grammy Award winner Ruben Rada, Hugo Fattoruso and Jaime Roos and major artists from Argentina like Pedro Aznar, Miguel Cantilo, Miguel Mateos, he taught guitar regularly to more than 80 enthusiastic students until he was featured in the American magazines Guitar Player and Jazziz and decided to follow up by moving to the USA in 1988. He started teaching guitar, violin, and ukulele in Los Angeles. He also performed with Spanish Flamenco and Brasilian jazz groups like L.A. Samba and founded his band Hemispheres with David Carpenter (currently with Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson). In 1994 he relocated to New York to record, produce, and arrange an album with Tom Malone (Blues Brothers), Anton Fig and Hiram Bullock (David Letterman Show), Bakithi Kumalo (Paul Simon Band), and others.He was the Musical Director and educator for the New York City Children’s Theatre (formerly Making Books Sing) play, “The Upside Down Boy”, with performances at Lehman College, Kingsborough Community College, and Queens Theatre in the Park and did a four months residence at Rancho Santa Fe, CA as Musical Director and supervising instructor for guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums of the children’s band Boom Bap, ages 8 to 14, produced by John Moores for Canum Entertainment. He continues to tour regularly with his band and teach students piano, ukulele, guitar, and violin.