|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Musica Esporadica||4||Audio||1992||NO-CD Rekords|
|2||Metamorphosis - Música En El Imperio Otomano: Grecia, Bizancia, Constantinopla||14||Audio||1997||Glossa Music|
|3||La Lira D'Espéria: La Vièle Médiévale The Medieval Fiddle||20||Audio||1996||Astrée Auvidis|
|4||El Aroma Del Tiempo||13||Audio||2001||Glossa Music|
|5||Diáspora Sefardí (Romances & Música Instrumental)||22||Audio||1999||Alia Vox|
|6||Istanbul «Le Livre De La Science De La Musique» (Et Les Traditions Musicales Sépharades Et Arméniennes)||22||Audio||2009||Alia Vox|
|7||La Folia (1490-1701)||8||Audio||1998||Alia Vox|
|8||Nueva Musica Española Para Flauta II||6||Audio||1987||Circulo De Bellas Artes|
|9||La Folia (1490-1701)||8||Audio||2003||Alia Vox|
Pedro Estevan began to study percussion at Madrid's Conservatory of Music. He then studied contemporary percussion with [a=Sylvio Gualda], African percussion with the Senegalese teacher [a=Doudou N'Diaye Rose], and tambourine technique with [a=Glen Velez].
He is a founding member of The Percussion Group of Madrid, and has worked with many formations such as the National Orchestra of Spain, Radio Television of Spain, Madrid Symphony Orchestra, Gulbenkian of Lisbon, Orchestra of the 18th Century (directed by [a=Frans Brüggen]), Koan, Sacqueboutiers de Toulouse, Paul Winter Consort, Camerata Iberia, Anleut Música, Ensemble La Romanesca, [a=Ensemble Accentus], Sinfonye, La Real Cámara and Ensemble Baroque de Limoges.
As a concert soloist he has performed with the Orquesta de Cámara Nacional de España and with the Orquesta Reina Sofía, performing programmes of contemporary music.
As a composer, he produced the scores of "Alesio" by I. Garcâa May and of "La Gran Sultana" by Cervantes, directed by Adolfo Marsillach. He has also worked as musical director for Lluis Pasqual's production of "El Caballero de Olmedo" by Lope de Vega, and he has recorded the music for the film "El milagro de P. Tinto".