Recognized as one of the emerging artists of the new generation of orchestral conductors in Spain, he stands out for his special interest in symphonic-choral repertoire.

Trained in choral conducting with prestigious maestros such as Gary Graden, Frieder Bernius, Simon Halsey, or Gijs Leenars, and initially in orchestral conducting with Miguel Romea and Andrés Salado, he furthered his education with maestros Nicholas Pasquet, Johannes Schlaefli, Rodolfo Fischer, or Mark Heron among others.

Currently, he is the musical director of the Galician Symphony Orchestra Choir and has been the artistic director of the Youth Orchestra and Choir of the Valladolid until 2024. Throughout his career, he has been awarded various prizes, such as the second prize in the Towards Polyphony conducting competition in Wroclaw (Poland) in 2017, or the third prize in the Aegis Carminis competition in Koper (Slovenia) in 2019, leading him to perform international concerts with formations such as the Kammerchor Stuttgart and the Klassische Philharmonie Stuttgart, the Rundfunkchor Berlin, or subsequently in national groups such as the Cor de Cambra del Palau de la Música Catalana and the Choir of the Galician Symphony Orchestra.

Among his most recent engagements, his debut with the Galician Symphony Orchestra stands out, where the Requiem in memory of Luis Camoes by Joao Domingos Bomtempo was performed for the first time in Spain, as well as the program 'Cantamos!' by the Galician Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and "A operiña," the educational program organized by the Bal y Gay Festival.

Since March 2024, he has been part of the roster of artists of MUSIESPAÑA music agency and in April, he will debut with the Castilla y León Symphony Orchestra.