Active in different disciplines within the field of contemporary art, such as multimedia composition, interactive graphic design and transdisciplinary scientific-artistic research. His work focuses on the application of research methodologies from "cognitive social neuroscience" to the musical creation for instruments belonging to the Western classical music tradition.
In his work he combines performance with video-installation, dance, theater and the use of new technologies applied to stage creation. Some of his projects include technological developments such as: "motion tracking", "deep learning", "EEG analysis" or "virtual reality" among others. His works have been presented at various international festivals, such as Internationales Musikfest Hamburg (Elbphilarmonie) International Computer Music Conference, Sound & Music Computing Conference, GRAME- centre national de création musicale, Zither auf Zeche, Next generation-ZKM, Anachronisms, Impuls Festival Akademie, or Manifeste-Ircam, in various countries such as China, Germany, Estonia, Russia, Sweden, France, Netherlands and Spain.
Pedro completed his bachelor studies (Bmus) at the Superior School of Music of Catalonia. Later he studied Master (Mmus) in "Contemporary Performance and Composition" KMH (Stockholm), CNSPL (Lyon), HfMT (Hamburg) and EMTA (Tallinn), developing his ideas about transdisciplinary composition coached by Philippe Hurel, Michele Tadini, Bill Brunson, Georg Hajdu, Helena Tulve and Fredrik Schwenk.
Currently, Pedro is pursuing a doctorate in artistic research at the HfMT in Hamburg, working on designing interactive sound systems for the SocSMCs project, funded by a Horizon 2020 grant from the European Union, at the Medical University of Hamburg (Department of Neuro- and Pathophysiology- UKE Hamburg) and works as a freelance composer and violinist.