He is an Ülkantufe (Mapudungun for singer) from Kechokawin, a community near Puerto Domínguez, on the shores of Lake Budi, on the coastal border of Araucanía. He has dedicated his life to the diffusion and transmission of the Mapuche Lafkenche culture through the ül (singing) in Chile and in different corners of the world. He has worked as a researcher, compiler, and composer and has been in charge of Tirúa’s and Puerto Saavedra’s Mapuche children’s orchestra. The record “Choyün Ülkantun” won the 2020 “Native Peoples’ Music Dissemination” Pulsar Award 2020. During 2022 he was part of the official line-up at Global Toronto, and his performance was widely recognized by delegates and the Canadian and North American specialized press.