Born in Madrid in 1983, he begins his music studies (piano & clarinet) at the Music Conservatory of Cuenca, a city in central Spain. In 1998, he moves to Luxembourg, country of his father. He immediately enrols the Music Conservatory of Luxembourg, expanding his music interests. It is there where (among piano, organ, music history, chamber music and many other subjects…) he discovers his interest in music theory.
His studies in Luxembourg will lead him to enter the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris (CNSMDP) following the Harmony, Fugue, Counterpoint, XXth Century Music Writing, Orchestration, Analysis & Conducting classes. His studies in Paris have been rewarded with a final Master Diploma on Music Writing in June 2011. The positive Luxembourgish music environment has allowed him to work as free-lance composer and conductor since 1999 .
His catalogue of works contains more than 170 pieces of several music styles going from chamber music works, film music or symphonic pieces. His works have been
performed all through Europe, USA, China and Russia, by ensembles like the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra or the Orchestre National de France.
He's the recipient of a "Composer Award" in 2020, awarded by the "International Classical Music Awards", an association of several European music journalists.
He currently teaches in the Music Theory Department of the Music Conservatory of Luxembourg, activity that he combines with other composition & conducting projects as a Freelancer.