Born in Madrid in 1983. His first professional contact with music came about in 1999 by means of the recording of a demo as a lead guitarist of the Rock group Cool Brain from Alcobendas (Madrid). He started his musical studies in the world of the modern music and jazz in the year 2000 in the Escuela de Música Creativa, Madrid. In 2004 he settled in Barcelona, continuing his studies in the L’Aula de Música Moderna i Jazz and gained entry into the Conservatori del Liceu, where he started his formal classical guitar studies.

Strongly drawn to Classical and Flamenco music, he decided to leave his modern music studies to one side and dedicate himself fully to these. In the period between 2004 and 2012 he obtained the titles of Diploma and Degree in Classical Guitar from the Conservatori del Liceu, and the title of Degree in Flamenco Guitar from the Higher Department of Flamenco Guitar in the Conservatori del Liceu.

He has studied with Classical guitarists Sergi Vicente and Guillem Perez-Quer and with Flamenco guitarists Manuel Granados and Juan Ramón Caro. In parallel he completed training courses and master classes with guitarists Fernando Rodríguez Neftalí, the pianist and educationist Núria Patau and with guitarist and flamenco singer Joaquín Herrera.

He has performed around Spain as a member of the Orquestra de Guitarres de Barcelona, and as a soloist in different shows promoted by the Conservatori del Liceu, Música als Parcs, in artistic circles, solo concerts, various recordings…

Since 2006 he has put together his pedagogic and concert performing callings by working as a teacher in different music schools (since 2011 in the Escola Luthier d’Arts Musicals), and perfecting and expanding his concert repertoire, made up mainly of Baroque, Classical and Romantic pieces and some of his own works in both styles.

In 2017 he published his first solo work, Soledades, made up of eight pieces for concert soloist guitar: The first of those is for classical guitar and the rest are for flamenco guitar. All are original pieces. This is the first part of a cycle that has sixteen works in total.

Currently, he is preparing the recording of the second part of the cycle, Soledades II, which will consist of eight other pieces, presented this time in reverse order: seven flamenco pieces and one classical.

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