Juilliard's Bachelor of Music Graduate 2011, National Prize Violin Pablo de Sarasate and First Prize in the International Music Tournament "TIM 2009-2010", performed his first recital when he was eight and when he was nine years old, he performed with the Balearic Islands Symphony Orchestra (OSIB). At fifteen, he made his debut at the National Auditory of Music in Madrid performing on Pablo de Sarasate's Stradivarius. In May 2007 he gave his first recital in New York. In 2008 he played Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in Münich under Sir Colin Davis. Last March he made his debut appearance at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall as a First Prize Winner of the American Protégé International Competition 2011. Guest soloist for the last opening season of the OSIB, next January he will play Sibelius Concerto with The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
He has played recitals and concerts in different halls in Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal and USA. He has performed as a soloist with the Spanish Radio Television Symphony Orchestra (ORTVE), Balearic Islands Symphony Orchestra, the Principality of Asturias Symphony Orchestra, the Pablo Sarasate Symphony Orchestra, Madrid-Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, the Junge Münchner Philharmonie, under conductors such as Sir Colin Davis, Justin Brown, Salvador Brotons, Adrian Leaper, Philippe Bender, and Alondra de la Parra.
First Place Winner in the International Music Tournament "TIM 2009-2010", in 2006 he won the Concerto Competition for the Royal Superior Conservatory of Music in Madrid and the National prize of Violin “Pablo Sarasate”. He has also won: The Yamaha Music Foundation String Instruments of Europe Competition 2004, First prize in the International Portugal Violin Competition 2003 and also first prize in many others different competitions.
Francisco plays a violin Francesco Goffriller (1734), from the Rare Instruments Collection of The Juilliard School of Music.