First studies in Madrid with Maria de Macedo and Elías Arizcuren. Student at the Reina Sofia School of Ivan Monighetti. Obtains his Master with Honors from the Chicago Musical College under the direction of Kim Scholes and the Indiana University's Doctor degree with Janos Starker and Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi where he was invited to be part of the Honors division. Continues studies in Budapest with great master Ferenc Rados. He is awarded with several prizes and scholarships (Popper, Juventudes Musicales, Fulbright, AIE, etc), and his interpretation of Mendelssohn's D Major Sonata is recorded by Sony. He has an eclectic profesional activity: cello professor at Salamanca Superior Conservatory, co-principal at Symphony Orchestra of Castilla and Leon, member of the Granados Quartet, Trio Alborada, string quartet professor at Musikene (2009-10), soloist (performances in EEUU; Croacia, China; South America and Spain where he has been invited by the most prestigious festivals (Cuenca, Almagro, San Sebastián, Málaga, León, Wallonia, etc) and halls where he has played all the major works for cello and orchestra under conducters like Kynan Johns, Alejandro Posada, Nigel Short, Edmond Colomer, Temes, Cobos, etc and accompanied by the Medellin Filarmonic Orchestra, OSCYL, European Royal Ensemble, Colombia National Orchestra, Andres Segovia Orchestra, Orquesta Ibérica, Tenebrae Choir, etc ), modern music premieres (De Amore by Sotelo, Caprichos 5 by Leonardo Balada, a work he recorded for Naxos and that has been highly acclaimed by the specialized music journals), historical versions of the Bach Suites, etc. He is also invited as Master Class professor in Germany (Franz Listz Hochschule of Weimar), Portugal, Italy, China, Colombia and is regular faculty of the international courses of Madrid (Forum), Llanes, Molinos, Valencia de Don Juan and Presjovem. He plays a cello built in Piacenza in 1787 by Joseph Nadotti.