Juan Luis de Pablo Enríquez Rohen; Mexico City, (1971).
His twenty-year-old 'JLPER Theory' which connects music with astronomy and archeology has led him to decipher the architectural designs of many pre-columbian cities as well as many monoliths including the Aztec Sun Stone, revealing that the ancient people of Mexico knew of all the cosmic elements of our solar system and beyond much before its European counterpart - a huge discovery for an important multidisciplinary pre-columbian aesthetic. With this research Juan has created more than 200 writings and musical compositions related to astronomy and archaeology.
Having studied in Liberal Arts Institutions in the U.S., he has taught music at the University of Houston, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Universidad La Salle, TEC de Monterrey, Centro Morelense de las Artes and the Escuela Superior de Artes de Yucatán. His most important teachers have been: Timothy Kramer, Víctor Rasgado, Michael Horvit and Robert Nelson. He has been one of the few and fortunate Mexican composers to have been invited to audition for his doctoral degree in composition by Juilliard Music School Faculty and the Admissions Committee.
Currently, he lives in Mexico, as an active teacher, speaker, guitarist and composer.