He has worked with prominent music personalities such as Estrella Morente, Fito Páez, Joaquín Sabina, Shakira, Enrique Morente, Diego El Cigala, Pedro Guerra, María Dolores Pradera, Miguel Cantilo, Imperio Argentina, Guillermo Fernández, Nacha Guevara, Marina Heredia, and Plácido Domingo.

He premiered the opera "María de Buenos Aires" by Astor Piazzolla (original version) in Spain at the Palau de la Música de Valencia. He conducted and arranged for bandoneón and string quintet, performing alongside soloists from the Teatro Real, and premiered "Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas" at the Teatro Real de la Ópera de Madrid.

He recorded "Oblivion" by Astor Piazzolla with the renowned violinist Ara Malikian for the eighth edition of "Clásicos Populares" by Radiotelevisión Española.

He participated as a soloist and musical director in the show "Estación Tango" in various theaters across Europe.

He recorded and arranged the album "Tango Notturno" for the C.B.C. Records label (Canada) with the prestigious and award-winning soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian and pianist Serouj Kradjian.

He presented his album "Milonguero" in a duo with pianist Rocío Terán at the World Tango Summit in Finland.

He collaborated with the La Fura dels Baus Ballet and the Madrid Symphony Orchestra in the opera "Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny" (Bolshoi Theater, Moscow; Teatro Real, Madrid).

He has given lectures, concerts, and tango seminars at various conservatories and study centers in Europe.

He formed a guitar and bandoneón duo with guitarist Mirta Álvarez, with whom he undertook significant European tours, presenting the album titled "Sentido" recorded at the ION Studios in Buenos Aires.

He was appointed by the Fundación Aníbal Troilo de Buenos Aires to represent it during the year 2014, the centenary year of the birth of the Maestro, the bandoneón mayor of Buenos Aires.

In 2018, he presented his new album with his current group, "Carbone Tango Ensemble," titled "Los Sueños," at the thirtieth edition of the International Tango Festival of Granada.

Simultaneously, he recorded the album "Templanza" , leading the musical direction of the "Fabián Carbone Sextet."

Since 2014, he has formed a duo with the German violinist Julia Jech, with whom he recorded the album "Años de Soledad," released in 2020 for Spain and Germany.

Currently, with his group Carbone Tango Ensemble, he presents "Eterno Astor," a tribute to the composer Astor Piazzolla.