The London Philharmonic Orchestra

Abandoned by her mother, Edith Piaf, whose real name was Edith Giovanna Gassion, was raised by his paternal grandmother in a house where prostitutes were careful citations of ella. Later work alongside his father, a street acrobat and singing songs popular during the show. His adolescence was spent in the streets of Paris, where he sang a capella to earn some centavos. This was discovered by Luis Laplee, who would work with the sole of his cabaret propiedad. Involved with low Parisian world, would be embroiled in the scandal of the murder of Laplee, which many blame. His real name is Pedro Ample. Chose the nickname given Ruy Blas-child from his admiration for Victor Hugo, in 1970 to record his first album as a solo singer, who achieved a major success in Spain with the song entitled injuring To Love, with which over the years has grown into a classic of popular Spanish music.
He began his prolific musical career is just a teenager. First a member of groups like the princes and the Grimm with whom he recorded his first albums for the Philips company. Shortly after a member of the legendary group Los Canarios (1968) during the time their leader, Teddy Bautista performing military service. Was to finish his work with this group after burn injuring To Love, produced by Alain Milhaud. The second single from the then already known as Pedro Ruy-Blas, entitled Love is My Voice, was banned by the censorship of the old regime to consider this issue subversive.
It was from that time when Peter the target race to the Jazz. Fundo group jazz-rock fusion, Dolores, along with young musicians such as Jorge Pardo, Jose Antonio Galicia, Rubem Dantas or Tomas San Miguel, among others. In this training, we discovered to Pedro as an excellent drummer and percussionist. They recorded several albums for Polydor, such as Full Moon, Dolores, La Puerta Abierta, and Asa-Nisi Masa-. Soon, Dolores became one of the most important groups in the history of progressive music in Spain, and so did the collaboration with maestro Paco de Lucia, thus pushing a new epoch in Flemish. Since 1980, reconvened its career as a solo singer, and record label for the album entitled New Media Mother City.

In 1984 he began his career as an actor in musical theater, playing Judas Iscariot in the Lloyd Webber musical Jesus Christ Superstar. In 1991 was elected to interpret the role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables in 546 plays, gaining one of the most successful in the history of music theater in Spain. In 1994 Ana Belen involved with the musical based on Offenbach’s opera, La Bella Helena. Shortly after speaking at La Maja de Goya F. Arbex and Vicente Escriva, playing the role of genius aragonese by carrying out the recording with The London Philharmonic Orchestra. His last job in the music so far, has been giving new life to Old Deuteronomy in the Spanish version of Cats in the Coliseum Theater in Madrid’s Gran V a. Has been the voice in Castilian in some of the songs animated film The Prince of Egypt and The Emperor of DreamWorks and Disney Locuras.
In 1999 he recorded another album entitled New Media Theater, Circus and Variety. In 2003, a new album titled wholeheartedly in which recreates various issues of collective memory in the form of Jazz, with the extraordinary Argentine pianist based in Spain, Horacio Icasto, which gets a nomination for best album at the Jazz Awards of the Academy of Music. In 2005 he was awarded the Honor Award of the International Festival Viajazz, his entire career, which hands the remarkable American singer Dianne Reeves. That same year, along with Horacio Icasto involved in the Madrid Jazz Festival. Begins to broadcast on numerous radio stations, the weekly program “Current eclectic” created, directed and presented by Pedro Ruy-Blas.( joined the board of the Association of performers (IEA) at the end of 2005, plays his first cinematic role operates Candida premium Guillermo Fesser (Gomaespuma duo) which is premiered in autumn 2006. Prepares his new album entitled “Ample”, in April 2008. Concerts begin in several Spanish cities from “A way-Celebrating the music of Frank Sinatra” in which Peter joins his voice to the Big-Band of the New York saxophonist Bob Sands, consisting of eighteen musicians.