Mr. Barrientos obtained his title as Professor of Voice at
the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Málaga.
He has developed his vocal and opera technique with Burce
Hall at Northwestern University in Chicago, USA.
He has taken several monographic courses with Peter Winkler
and Magad Mendoza (lied and concert music), Esperanza Abad
(contemporary music), Irina Shikina (opera), Herminio González
(Gregorian Chants), Vicente León (expressive interpretation),
receiving Honorary Mention and obtaining the First Prize in
Lyric Song at Tivoli World in 1994.
He has sung as a soloist in La Traviata, La Bohéme
and the Zarzuelas Doña Francisquita and Luisa Fernanda
in the Teatro Cervantes of Málaga.
He has performed in many concerts, including at the Fundación
Joan Miró (Barcelone), Centro de Arte Reina Sofía
(Madrid), as well as extensive performances in the UK and
Chicago, USA. He has also performed in leading tenor roles
in Donizetti´ Lucrezia Borgia and Verdi´ La Traviata
with Da Corneto Opera Ensemble Company in Chicago with excellent
Pedro has studied Composition y Electroacustic Music with
Gabriel Brncic, at the Fundación Joan Miró de
He has also taken Monographic Analysis Courses and Electroacoustic
Music Composition with H. Vaggione (IRCAM), Adolfo Nuñez
(CDMD), E. Polonio, C. Zulian, J.M. Berenguer, J. Ordinas,
J.L. Campana y G. Ligeti.
He has collaborated in numerous multimedia performances, among
them; Torre Abdera (Adra, 1993), Música Para Mirar
(Conservatorio, Málaga 1993), Nihil Obastat (Granada,
1994) Pesias Teatralizadas de Ayer y Hoy (Málaga, 1993),
Sembradores de Sueños (Malaga, 1994), La Nota Creativa
(Teatro Cervantes, Málaga 1994), ¡Que Noche la
de Aquel Día! (Malaga 1995), Fremente, (Malaga 1996),
El Silencio del Chopin, requested by the International Electroacoustic
Music Festival of Sardinia, Italy and his work; Cinco Espíritus
for the V Concención Internacional de Percussió
de Palma de Mallorca (October, 2001).