He has received some awards such as Italy Percussive Arts Society Vibraphone Competition Universität der Künste-Composition Prize Berlin and the Roche Young Commissions from Lucerne Festival. He published a CD with his most representative chamber works for the German label NEOS.
As a percussionist he has played in concert halls such as Philharmonie Berlin, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, KKL Luzern, Philharmonie Paris with conductors such as Simon Rattle, Peter Eötvös or Matthias Pintscher. As a soloist he was invited to play with Jörg Widmann in Konzerthaus Berlin and in Pierre Boulez Saal Berlin.
He did workshops about his composition aesthetics in Centro Superior Musikene-San Sebastián, Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Lyon, Hochschule für Musik und Theater München and USC Los Ángeles Thornton School of Music, among other European universities.
His ability to play all by heart and his musical corporality in percussion are unique and exceptional.
A rare composer and percussionist endowed with an exclusive musical talent; his music is full of emotion and sensitivity
A very talented composer whose music is characterized by an extraordinary corporeality and physical power
"Bells, whistles, whispers, body blows. All this in a timbral amalgam of undoubted musical cohesion, where we glimpse influences that go from Igor Stravinsky, in those impulsive rhythmic ostinatos, through Franco Donatoni, with that heterodox use of brass."
"his ... Mein Logos, is a work of energetic nature that arises from that percussive principle and shows off its soloist, with an orchestra, somewhat smaller than in the other scores in the program, collaborating for this purpose, except for contrasting fragments like that suggestive solo interspersed from the concertmaster. A kind of tight correlation of the concept, as of electronic music, of the "attack-resonance", together with "transversal" techniques of soloist and music stands"
"[...] Having the composer himself as the main soloist and indicating some entries by himself to the rest of the percussionists, the discourse became really powerful"