Born in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, he graduated in Piano, Chamber Music and Accompaniment at the Conservatorio Superior de Música “Manuel Castillo” of Seville, with the highest grades, Harmony and Chamber Music Extraordinary Awards and Honors in Piano. He continues his training at the Mozarteum University of Salzburg (Austria), with a scholarship granted by the Junta of Andalucía. There, he broadened his piano studies (Peter Lang / Karl Wagner) and Clave (Elisabeth Chojnacka), and graduates with the highest distinction in Composition (Reinhard Febel), Choir Conducting (Karl Kamper) and Orchestra Conducting (Dennis Russell Davies / Jorge Rotter), obtaining the degrees of Magister Artium (Master) in the three disciplines. He also receives guidance from personalities such as Joseph Seiger, Joseph Paratore, Frédéric Gevers, Ramón Coll or Rolf Plagge (Piano); Reiner Schmidt (Chamber Music); Cristóbal Halffter, Beat Furrer, Franco Donatoni, George Crumb, Jesus Rueda, José Manuel López or Tomás Marco (Composition); Arturo Tamayo or Neil Thompson (Orchestra Direction). Associate conductor at the National Opera de Paris Bastille, he has worked among others with the Mozarteum University Orchestra, Brucknerorchester-Linz, Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg, Paris Opera Orchestra, Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville, Philharmonic Orchestra of Gran Canaria, Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken, Camerata Saygun Istanbul, Chamber Philharmonic W. Lutoslawski in Lomza (Poland), Presjovem Orchestra, Orchestra of the AEO of the Barenboim-Said Foundation, OENM (Österrichisches Ensemble für Neue Musik), Tonkünstler Ensemble in Vienna, Sax Ensemble, etc., in venues such as the Villamarta Theater in Jerez, Teatro de la Maestranza, Teatro Lope de Vega in Seville (“Così fan tutte “by Mozart), Auditorium 400 of the Reina Sofía Museum (Madrid), Círculo de Bellas Artes (Madrid), Teatro Central (Seville), Great Room of the Mozarteum (Salzburg), Brucknersaal (Linz), Cemal Resit Rey (Istanbul), Concert Hall of the F. Chopin University (Warsaw), Endler Hall of the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), etc. Director and founder of the Zahir Ensemble group and Musical Director of the Taschenopern Festival of Salzburg. Academic Member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts “Santa Isabel de Hungría” in Seville. He is a professor at the Seville Conservatory, and director at the Conjunta Symphony Orchestra (OSC) of the “Manuel Castillo” Conservatory and the University of Seville. As a composer he has premiered works in Germany, Austria, Spain, South Africa, Scotland and Serbia. Recordings for Haas (Cologne, Germany), Sello Autor, Verso (monograph Sánchez-Verdú, chosen by the magazine Scherzo Exceptional Record of March-2011), Canticum and Naxos (monograph Arnold Schoenberg).