Hß Born into a family of musicians, his love of music was instilled in him by his grandfather. From an early age, he found refuge on the piano and he created his first small pieces and compositions. He began his musical studies in Madrid by studying violin and viola and he has graduated from the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Salamanca with the highest qualifications. He has been a pupil of the prestigious german violist and pedagogue H. Menninghaus in Munich. He has been a principal viola of the Chamber Orchestra and Opera House of San Sebastian de Los Reyes, the Madrid Young Orchestra and the Pro-United Nations Philharmonic Orchestra and co-principal viola of the Symphonieorchester Concerto München. As a solo violist he has made several recordings, performing works by Bach, Mozart and Hindemith, among others. His classical training has been enriched by the influence of flamenco thanks to his work in the company of the acclaimed Spanish dancer Joaquin Cortes, with whom he toured the world for five years performing in the major concert halls of more than thirty countries. He has written musical arrangements for Joaquin Cortes, Rafael Amargo, Lauroba and the soloists of the National Spanish Orchestra and he has made recordings for Montserrat Caballé, Sergio Dalma, Pedro Almodovar, Alejandro Fernandez, Joaquin Cortes, Rafael Amargo, Edith Salazar and Juan Parrilla, among others. He has extended his musical studies in ESAMA (Audio Engineering) and Berklee Online (Counterpoint). Socially aware, in recent years he has collaborated with several charities such as the Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC) and the Parkinson Association, as well as different charitable organizations such as Aldeas Infantiles and Greenpeace, helping to raise funds by organizing and/or participating in benefit concerts together with his wife, Monica. Since 2006 he is a Professor–in–Residence of the Spanish State and he is the Dean of the Conservatorio de Música de Chiclana de la Frontera (Cadiz, Spain).