Originally from Madrid, Spain, Pancho is a 2015 ASCAP Dave Rose Award winner, 2015 ASCAP’s Film Scoring Fellow, and a 2017 Hollywood Film Scoring Conducting Fellow.
After graduating from Berklee College Of music in Film Scoring and Composition, Pancho got his first break working on the music department on TV shows like Jericho, Cane, and Harper’s Island for CBS. He also worked on Disney’s massively successful High-School Musical 2 and 3, The Cleaner for A&E and Common Law for USA among many other projects.
Since 2015, Pancho has co-produced the score of the HBO feature documentary "Becoming Mike Nichols" and has composed TV features films for Hallmark Channel and Marvista entertainment like "Married By Christmas", "Love’s Last Resort" and "The Christmas Gift". Shortly thereafter, in 2016 and 2017, Pancho composed significant additional music for MTV’s Teen Wolf seasons 5 and 6, Disney’s Descendants 1 and 2, as well as a Nickelodeon's "Tiny Christmas". In 2018 Pancho was hired to score the third part in the wildly successful faith based "God's Not Dead" Theatrical franchise, "A light In Darkness", and wrote significant additional music for the theatrical release of the biblical epic "Samson". In 2019, Pancho finished composing or arranging additional music for "High-School Musical: The Musical", "Descendants 3" and "Zombies 2" for Disney, and scored the feature film "Sweet Inspirations" for PureFlix.
Pancho scored Lionsgate's Unbreakable Boy Starring Zachary Levi, and is slated to score the 4th entry in the God's Not Dead film franchise for Sony Pictures. Other recent film scores have been Ordinary Angels directed by Jon Gunn, Righteous Thieves, and Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters.
Pancho is a skilled keyboard and piano player. He has toured all over the world with artists like Naked Eyes (“Always Something There To Remind Me”, “Promises, Promises”), The Flirts (“Jukebox, Danger”), TransX (“Living On Video”). He is currently the music director for 80’s new wave-pop band When In Rome (“The Promise”).
Pancho currently lives in Los Angeles, and continues to write music for Film, Television and Multimedia.