As an instrumentalist musician, he has been a stable member of the Young Orchestra of the Comunidad de Madrid and the Chamber Orchestra of the Complutense University of Madrid.
He has collaborated with various orchestras throughout the Spanish territory in the premiere of symphonic works by Spanish composers such as J. Vincent Egea and G. Martínez, working on the recordings of some of his works, as well as with more pop-folk artists like Carlos Jean, Carlos Núñez or Sergio Dalma.
He has worked with directors such as Yuri Nasushkin Labovsky, Cristóbal Soler, J. Rafael Pascual Vilaplana, Jordi Mora, Giuseppe Mancini, Javier Corcuera, J. Luis fears, Carlos Garcés, Edgar Martín and Miguel Borrego (Concertino-conductor)
As a soloist, he has performed along with the orchestra of the Villa de Móstoles at the closing of the festival of Sacred Art of Móstoles of 2013. In 2014 he also played as a soloist along with the ensemble Ars Mundi in Cacabelos (León)
He has just released in the Prado Museum on Christmas 2017 a production show called “Weaving the sound of colours” in which are integrated music, dance, theater, and painting. He works in various pedagogical-musical shows related to childhood and dissemination as “Music for the Silent world of Charles Chaplin”, with the scenic direction of Carlos Martos and “The Voyage of Peer Gynt”, with the scenic direction of Didier Otaola.
As a violinist-actor, he has recently worked for the National Dramatic Center in the play “El Concierto de San Ovidio” by Buero Vallejo, under the direction of Mario Gas at the Teatro María Guerrero in Madrid.
“El Concierto de San Ovidio” by Antonio Buero Vallejo. CDN (National Dramatic Center)
Directed by Mario Gas
Trazos String Quartet
He has worked with various camera groups, (string quartets and string quintet with clarinet), with ancient music groups such as Passacaglia, and also with popular, folk and world music bands such as Moresca Ensemble. It is worth mentioning his participation in the Hollywood Band formation, a classic format Big Band with base band, but without brass, only string and woodwind instruments.
He arranged and composed, in partnertship with Asier Acebo, the music of Antonio Malonda´s version of “Bodas de Sangre” by Federico Garcia Lorca, premiered in 2016. In 2017 they also worked together creating the music of circus show “Muzik” for the company Cirque Belui.
“Bodas de Sangre” by Federico García-Lorca
Directed by Antonio Malonda
He has been an integral member of the orchestra Camerata Musicalis for five seasons and one of them as the soloist of second violins.