The music of Bolivian Singer-songwriter Vadik Barron combines the tradition of the Latin-American songwriting with the sounds and esthetic resources from rock and pop music into intimate and poetic songs. Vadik writes his own music and for the last 20 years has performed mostly in stages all around Bolivia, but also in Brazil, Argentina and Perú; released two albums as singer and guitarist of the rock band Camaleon (Camaleon, 2003 and Origami, 2005) and four solo albums since 2007 (Astronauta, 2007; Minimalia, 2008; Los Diarios, 2009, OVNI, 2012 and Efectos Personales, 2014), as an artist, composer and producer. He has worked on tv shows scores, music workshops for students and as a producer for another artists. As a writer Vadik has published four poetry books (Cuaderno Rojo, 2002; iPoem, 2008, Rocanrol y Canciones del Futuro, 2012 and Los Espejos Sonoros, 2014) and one of short stories (Minoría Absoluta, 2014). In 2012 he moved to Berlin, Germany where he played in pubs, theaters and festivals. In the past few years he has played in Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany. Recently he has won Bolivia's Poetry National Prize. In 2015 Vadik is back in Bolivia, celebrating 20 years of career.