Studied music at the “Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco” Conservatory of Music in Albacete under the tuition of Vicente Benlloch and Jose F. Gimenez, finishing with honours and obtaining the Extraordinary Prize “Fin de Grado Medio”, as well as the “Castilla la Mancha Regional Special Award”. He continued his studies at the “Rafael Orozco” Conservatory in Córdoba with Prof. Angel Santa Fe, also graduating with honours. As an addition to this degree, he also graduated from the Master’s course in Pedagogy. Subsequently, he broadened his musical studies with Prof. Felipe Canales at the “École Normale de Musique” in Paris, receiving the “Diplôme Supérieur d’Exécution” and the “Diplôme Supérieur d’Enseignement” with a unanimous special mention. He has entered the Double Bass Master’s Course at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris (CNSMDP) in the class of Prof. Thierry Barbé, soloist of the Paris National Opera. He has won the PIM / INAEM Prize in Paris, being the first double bass player ever to receive this award since its creation. He has also been an academist in the Orchestra of the National Paris Opera during the 2015/16 season. He has received tuition from several renowned double bass players, among them: Andrew Ackerman, Lucian Ciorata, Maggie Urquhart, Esko Laine, Rinat Ibragimov, Petru Iuga, Wolfgang Guttler, Dorin Marc, Giuseppe Ettorre, Enrico Fagone, François Rabbath, Jean-Edmond Bacquet, and the most important influence was given by Zarik Kurkchyan. He has integrated various orchestras such as the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, the Wiener Jeunesse Orchestra, the National Youth Orchestra of Spain, the Capricho Español Camerata, the Valencia and Cordoba Orchestras, the National Orchestra of Spain, the Lorraine National Orchestra and the Paris National Opera Orchestra. He has worked under conductors such as Manuel Hernandez Silva, Lawrence Foster, Günther Herbig, Lutz Köhler, Atso Almila, George Pehlivanian, Kzystof Urbanski, Philippe Jordan, Neeme Järvi, Walter Weller and Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, performing in major halls in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Vienna, Berlin, Paris, Chicago and New York. He has taken part in many recordings issued by the National Radio of Spain, the Spanish Television, Radio France and Radio Classique. He has also collaborated in the recording of 6 discs, including one with music by Ravel with the Paris National Opera Orchestra. He plays a double bass built in the French city of Mirecourt by luthier Barbé Père, dated from approximately the year 1800. He usually alternates between two bows, one manufactured by the Italian Walter Barbiero and the other by the Frenchman Robert Louis Baille.