Born in 1976 in Madrid (Spain). He began his music studies at the age of 10 years. Continues his studies with professors as Adriana Marchinkova, Ana Baget, Manuel Guillén and Hermes Kriales. He finished international courses with masters as Vartan Manoogian, Agustín León Ara, Ara Malikian, Lorand Fenyves, Ch. Bruggemann, Arcadi Futer, Oleg Lev, Liang Chai, Volkmar Holz, Boris Kuniev and Alexander Detisov.
In the area of composition he has participated in courses given by Mauricio Kagel and also taken part in conferences given by masters as G. Ligeti, E. Fubini, K. Penderecki, Luis de Pablo, K. Stockhausen, Klaus Huber, H.W. Henze and Claudia Colombatti.
He has been the concertmaster of the String Octet of Madrid and he has been conductor of the choirs Amadeo Vives (2001-2002) and Federico Chueca of the township Madrid (2002-2003).
He has also been invited as concertmaster of the String orchestra Arpista Ludovico in the 6th International Harp Contest Arpista Ludovico in San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid, 2009). Moreover, he dedicates himself to the world of composition as a member of the SGAE (Sociedad General de Autores y Editores, General Association for Authors and Publishers) and he has written 708 musical works composed and more than 100 first performances in his production.
He is the first violin in the NeoTonarte String Quartet.
He has premiered his workpieces with orchestras and groups as the Torino Philharmonic Orchestra (Italy), the Opera Symphony Orchestra from San Sebastián de los Reyes (Madrid), the string orchestra Jóvenes Virtuosos of the township Madrid, the orchestra of the Autonomic University from Madrid, the chamber orchestra Joaquín Turina (Madrid), the Project Guerrero, the Plural Ensemble, 2i2 Trombone quartet, Terpsicore guitar quartet and the duo Alio modo (accordion and vcello), such as with the choral of the University from Murcia (International Festival of Young Orchestras 2002) premiered and conducted, and Duo Bartok (two violins).
He has collaborated with masters as Filippo Maria Bressan, Ananda Sukarlan, Nicolas Horvath, Fabian Panisello, María Rosa CalvoManzano, Ángel Luis Castaño, Iagoba Fanlo, Serjoud Kradjian, Joaquín Clerch, Pavel Crisan, Breno Ambrosini, Paul Meyer, Jose Luis Temes, Ros Marbà, Odón Alonso and Ara Malikian.
His works have been played and premiered in Mexico, France, Malaisia, Italy, Perú, England, Germany, Austria (Aspekte Festival), Ukraine and Turkey (XIX International Musikfestival of Ankara) such as in Spain (Ávila, Segovia, Sigüenza, Palencia, Sevilla, Granada, Barcelona, Murcia and in the township of Madrid National Auditorium).
His works has also been recorded for the National broadcast from Spain (RNE) and for the Spanish TV (TV2). His music is published in:
Brotons & Mercadal Ediciones Musicals (España)
Ediciones Eudora S.L. (España)
Perifería Music (España)
Edicions La mà de guido S.L. (España)
Arte Tripharia (España)
Lantro Music Publishing (Bélgica)
Bayard-Nizet Editions Musicales (Bélgica)
TEM - Taukay Edizioni Musicali (Italia)
Wicky Edizioni Musicali (Italia)
Noten Roehr Frankfurt Publisher (Alemania)
Musik Fabrik Music Publishing (Francia)
Beurskens Muziekuitgeverij Publisher (Holanda)
Lighthouse Music Publications (Canadá)
Mel Bay Publications (USA)
Kallisti Music Press (USA)
Tubaseal Press (USA)
Really Good Music, LLC (USA)
Wehr’s Music House (USA)
Waterton Brass Music™ LLC (USA)
Dorn Publications INC. (USA)
Starborn Books and Music (UK)
In the year 2000 five of his opus have been nominated for the prices of the SGAE and he has been signalized in the competition of Young Composers of the CDMC (Centre for the distribution of contemporary music, 2005).
He has written articles, lectured at several universities and conservatories in Spain and also given an interview for the music magazine Mundo Clásico such as collaborated as music and image consultant with the company Globomedia SA, for Antena 3 (TV) and he has participated in the National Radio of Spain programme Gathering with the composers Luis de Pablo and David del Puerto.
He has studied composition with the Madrid composer David del Puerto and also collaborated with the composer Jesús Rueda and Joan Valent. He is author of the soundtrack of the movie Cornerstone and Guest (spanish films).
This year 2018 Carlos Perón Cano has been awarded with the National Honorific Award "Adalid de la Música".
He has also been a radio host in the radio programs "The Door of the Pyramid", "The Eye of Horus", "Fas Fatum" and "Unusual World" (Diamond Wave 98.3 FM in Madrid, Spain).