Coming from a painters’ family, Manuel Perez Delgado joined another artistic branch – music. At the age of seven he enrolled the Royal Conservatory of Art “Arturo Soria”, at the age of 11 he started joining the first music ensambles, becoming part of famous youth orchestras, such as the Esquel Orchestra of the Madrid Symphony Orchestra and the “European Youth” Orchestra. He has collaborated with many Spanish national orchestras, as well as international ones.
In 2011, he began his master’s studies at the University of Stuttgart with professors Marta Klimasara, Jurgen Spitschka and Harald Lole, completing his training with highest grades. He also worked with renowned ensembles in the field of chamber music.
In 2013, together with Jurgen Spitschka, Jelena Stojković and Yudum Cetiner, he founded the quartet “Quatro per Due”, working to expand multiculturalism across borders. He is continuously looking to associate teaching with the social component. Thus, in parallel with his work as a percussion teacher at the Real Conservatorio de Musica de Madrid, he collaborates with various social music projects, such as Neojiba (Salvador de Baia, Brazil) or the Don Bosco Orchestra (San Salvador, El Salvador).