I was born in Madrid, where I undertook musical studies in Adagio Academy and Música Creativa, where I also attented courses of Orchestration and Composition for Short Film, taught by Alejandro Román.
Between 1997 and 1999 I composed the music (songs, dances and incidental) for three Grupo Pentagrama’s plays: Bodas de Sangre, Octavia, and Medea. In 1998 I was awarded with the First Prize for the “IV Certamen de Teatro Escolar” (4th School Theatre Competition), organized by the Madrid Autonomous Community.
Between 1997 and 1998 I received the First Prize at the “Synth Music Competition”, organized by the IDIM Assotiation of the Computer Science Faculty at UPM (Politechnic University of Madrid).
In 2003 I made the arrangements and conducted the orchestra for the Tubular Project, a version of Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells for the Mandolin Orchestra “Vicente Aleixandre” of Aranjuez. It was premiered in 2003 at Aranjuez, with the collaboration of David Bedford, and performed 6 times between 2003 and 2006, at Aranjuez, Alcázar de San Juan and Amurrio.
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