From 2005 he worked with Francesco Cameli at Sphere Studios in London and with rock legend producer Chris Kimsey (The Rolling Stones, Peter Frampton, Marillion, ELP, Duran Duran).
With visionary trio Post Jazz Mistress, he released the critical acclaimed album Global Warming in 2011. Osvaldo has been voted by All About Jazz USA contributor Karl Ackermann in Guitar section at El Intruso 4th Annual Critics Poll - 2011, alongside Bill Frisell.
In 2012, his personal approach to classical music attracts the attention of international director and choreographer Massimo Moricone, who wants him in Don Juan, a new production at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples.
Better Days, the first solo album, was released on Sept. 7, 2015: it reached number 3 in Rock chart and the number 17 in the overall ranking of iTunes. The track Rosso Ducati has been chosen by Ducati Motor to be included in the soundtrack of season 2015/2016.
At NAMM 2016 plays demos for F-Pedals with Eddie Kramer, producer and sound engineer for Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, David Bowie.