He was born in Las Palmas G.C., where he began his musical studies. At the age of 15, he moved to Vienna and completed his training at the State Conservatory, where he obtained honors in 1991 unanimously.
He is winner of several national and international awards among which are the "Pegasus" Award and the "Bosendorfer" Award in Vienna and the Prize for Best Accompanist of the International Singing Competition "Jacinto Guerrero Foundation" in two consecutive editions.
He made the world's first Falcón Sanabria’s piano concerto recordings, Nostalgic for piano and orchestra by Carmelo Bernaola and the Concerto for two pianos and large orchestra by Angel Martin Pompey. He gained the "Ritmo" Magazine Award for his album of Piano Music by Guridi and Father Donostia.
As a soloist he has collaborated with the Royal Philharmonic, Asturias Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonic Orchestra of Gran Canaria, Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, RTVE Orchestra, Orchestra of the Community of Madrid, Córdoba Orchestra, National Orchestra of Spain, the RTV Polish Orchestra, Orchestra of the Region of Murcia, Orchestra of the Community of Madrid, Hungarian Symphony Chamber Orchestra and the Vienna Mozart Orchestra, with conductors such as Charles Dutoit, Víctor P. Perez, A. Witt, Odón Alonso, MH Silva, R. Saglimbeni, A. Ramírez Iborra, A. Leaper, Max Valdés, Jose Ramón Encinar and Ros Marbá.