David Hernández was born in Barcelona in 1982, where he received a diverse musical education. Thus, after studying violin in the Conservatorio Municipal Superior de Música, he ascended to the Escuela Superior de Música de Cataluña (Catalan Superior School of Music), where he graduated with honours, specializing in singing under the tutelage of Mireia Pintó. Moreover, he continued his vocal training in the prestigious Haute École de Musique de Genève, in the Swiss Romanche, where he studied a Masters Degree specialized for soloists under the direction of Danielle Borst and Philippe Huttenlocher. Parallel to his formal studies, his restlessness for the different styles of singing brought him to amplify his education with master classes given by renown musicians and vocal trainers like Lynn Dawson, Edda Moser, Josep Bros, Mark Padmore, Lambert Climent, David Willson-Johson, Nancy Argenta, Alain Perroux, François Le Roux, Anne Le Bozec, Assumpta Mateu, Gloria Banditelli, Monique Zanetti, Meribeth Dayme Bunch and Russel Smythe; or composers of international fame like Gabriel Garrido, Leonardo García-Alarcón or Martin Gester, with whom he later worked professionally. In the same way, he developed his career as a soloist under the direction of Philippe Herreweghe, Jordi Savall, Ton Koopman, Werner Pfaff, Frieder Bernius, Tonu Kaljuste, Martin Gester, Gavor Takacs-Nagy, Laslo Heltay, Heribert Breuer, Patrick Cohen Akenine, Stephan McLeod, John Duxbury, Salvador Brotons, David Gálvez, Julián Villarraga, Darío Moreno and David Catalunya. Furthermore, Hernández has also participated as a soloist in different recordings for labels such as Sony, K-617 and Iberia Classical. Meanwhile he recorded for Radio France and Radio Suisse Romande. Along with being a soloist, his interest in vocal musical groups led him to habitually work with the prestigious groups Collegium Vocale Gent, Elyma, Capella Mediterranea, La Capella Real, Gli Angeli Genève, Canto Coronato, Musica Fiorita or La Cetra. The majority of his repertoire is categorized as Baroque, although he also interprets music from Romanticism and the twentieth century. As a result, he has performed on relevant stages like el Liceu of Barcelona, the Teatro de Bourg of Bresse, the Teatro Gayarre of Pamplona, the Lausanne Opera, the Toulon Opera, the Besançon Opera, the Vichy Opera, the Salle gaveau of Paris, the Auditori of Barcelona, the Palau de la Música of Barcelona, or the Palau de la Música of Valéncia. Furthermore, Hernández has particapted in famous international festivals like Utrecht, Lausanne, Genève, Nyon, Escarène, Sisteron, Herne, Kloster-Eberbach, Sevilla, Gijón, Granada, Alaquàs, Santander or Barcelona.