Pedro Gómez was born in Calasparra (Murcia, Spain) in 1982. He has studied Composition at Real Conservatoricomposingo Superior de Música de Madrid with professor Teresa Catalán.

He has also received lessons from Alberto Posadas, Benet Casablancas, Georg Friedrich Haas, Ramón Lazkano, Raphaël Cendo, Hèctor Parra, Agustí Charles, Zygmunt Krauze and Alessandro Solbiati, among others. In 1999, he was awarded with the 1st prize in “I Young Pianist Contests at Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Murcia, and, in 2012, his piano work “Ítaca” was awarded with the 2nd prize at “I FIDAH Contest for Young Composers”. In October 2013, he was involved in the “I Algorithmic Composition Meeting” that took place in Madrid and where composers as Gustavo Díaz-Jerez, Adolfo Núñez and Luis Robles (among others) gave some lectures.

The music of Pedro Gómez has been premiered in Madrid, Valencia, Pamplona, Radziejowice (Poland), New York and London.

His current work is focused on the use of mathematical models and physical concepts to articulate new musical structures. In addition, he is working together with Julián Elvira in order to characterise the timbrical properties of the Pronomos Flute. Furthermore, he is a founder member of M14 Creación Contemporanea, a group of young composers aimed at developing new strategies to lead the new creation music towards new spaces and new audiences.

As a musician, since 1993 he is member of Asociación Banda de Música de Calasparra, and he has also being involved in Banda de Música de la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Banda de Música de la Federación de Bandas de Música de la Región de Murcia and Orchestra of the Universitat Rovira i Virgili in Tarragona.

Since 2005, Pedro Gómez is a Telecommunications Engineer by the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia.