Born in Riba-roja de Turia (Valencia), he began his musical studies at the age of 8 years. He started studying guitar accompaniment and flamenco with Salvador Campos and Miguel Escobar – El Capa – in Manises. He studied classical guitar at the Conservatory of Music in Valencia, under the direction of Rafael Cabedo and Maria Rosa Gil. He received the Honors Award in Elementary and Middle Grades and an Honorable Mention in the Higher End Grade.
He has participated in international courses taught by masters including David Russell, Leo Brouwer, Manuel Barrueco, Roberto Aussel, Alberto Ponce, José Tomás. Also the interpretation of Renaissance and Baroque music with Juan Carlos Rivera, Hopkinson Smith and Gerardo Nuñez, and Flamenco guitar, guitar and jazz harmony with Carlos Gonzálbez and Joshua Edelman.
In 1991 with the guitarists Javier Aguilera and Juan Esteve, he formed the “Trio Classic of Valencia” performing numerous concerts in conservatories, Houses of Culture, in the University Literary Hall, the Polytechnic University and Palau de la Musica in Valencia.
He has performed concerts with the guitar duo Paco Oltra-Miguel García; the Guitar Quartet Conservatory of Riba-roja de Turia, the guitarist and singer Carmen Marqués, the String Quartet “Scherzo” and the poetess Laura Rodriguez.
As a soloist he has performed numerous concerts throughout Valencia and Madrid. He has performed Concierto de Aranjuez with the Orchestra of the Conservatory of Valencia. He has performed in High Point (North Carolina – USA), Florence (Italy) and Cabrespine (France).
He has been a jury member in the International Guitar Competition – “Daniel Fortea” – in Benlloch (Castellón).
He premiered the work for guitar and band – Riparrubea – in Museros, composed by Alberto Sanz which he dedicated to Paco.
He has recorded a CD entitled “Prelude”, which plays a varied repertoire of classical music and flamenco.
He teaches guitar at the Municipal Conservatory of Music in Riba-roja de Turia, and was its director from 1990 to 2007.