The Spanish composer and pianist Javier Vizcaíno started self-teaching music at seven years old, and early on he settled on piano studies. He moved to Murcia in order to study at Music Conservatory with the prestigious masters Antonio Narejos and Miguel Luis Losada, finishing his studies with the highest qualifications. He enlarged his pianistic technique with masters Diego Cayuelas (Madrid) and Giuseppe Scotese (Rome) amongst others.
Later on, he completed his studies on Composition (Harmony, Counterpoint and Fugue, Analysis, History of Music and Orchestration) at the Superior Conservatory of Murcia, with composers such as Javier Artaza, Sixto Herrero and David Mora. He also received classes from composers Antón García Abril, Tomás Marco, Samuel Adler and José María Sánchez Verdú.
Javier Vizcaíno has offered numerous concerts performing his own pieces both with the piano and being a part of several cameristic groupings.
His musical production comprises pieces for piano, diverse formations ensembles, chamber music, pipe organ music, choirs, orchestra and electronic music.