Victor emigrated to France in 1999 in order to continue his studies with the bandoneonist Juan José Mosalini. In that same year he joined Mosalini's Grand Orchestre de Tango which took him on several tours throughout Europe, the United States and Canada. In October 2000, he appeared as a soloist in the Astor Piazzolla piece "Bando" on an album with this orchestra.
In June 2000 Victor performed a series of concerts with the Symphonic Orchestra of the Loire, under the direction of Hubert Sudain. At the same time he collaborated with Gustavo BEYTELMANN, on the album "An Argentinian at the Louvre" with the Ensemble Camerata de Bourgogne and the Boreal String Quartet.
In 2001 and 2002 he played in the Julia MIGENES show "Latin Passions", which took him to the Olympia in Paris, and with her other production "La Argentina" to the Theatre de Chatelet. In 2003 Victor was invited by the Orchestra of Besançon under the direction of Peter CSABA to play the "Concerto for Bandoneon and Orchestra" by Astor Piazzolla.
His varied musical interests have also brought him to the world of jazz, by a series of concerts with the Brussels Jazz Orchestra conducted by Carlos Franzetti. Also known on the electronic music scene as the bandoneonist of the "Gotan Project", he toured the United States, Canada and Brazil.
In 2004 Victor co-founded with guitarist Alejandro Schwarz the "Quinteto El DESPUES" and he also joined the Rotterdam Conservatoire as the main bandoneon professor.
"AN ARGENTINIAN AT THE LOUVRE" - GUSTAVO BEYTELMANN 
"CIUDAD TRISTE" - Orchestre de Tango JUAN JOSE MOSALINI [Label Bleu, 2001]
"CRIME PASSIONNEL" - JEAN GUIDONI [Sergent Major Company, 2001]
"CANTO DE SIRENA" - ANNA SAEKI & TIEMPO SUR [Rentrak, 2001]
"POR LA VUELTA" - SANDRA RUMOLINO [Arion, 2002]
"LA ARGENTINA" - JULIA MIGENES [Trema, 2003]
"GOTAN PROJECT, live"- DVD 2005