Samuel Pedro Maíllo de Pablo, born in Béjar, made his initial training at the Professional Conservatory of Music in Salamanca, where he studied the specialties of Piano, Singing and Percussion, starting his journey into the world of early music and its repertoire with Alfonso Sebastián (harpsichord) and Raúl del Toro and Mª Jesús García (organ). He continued his studies at COSCYL, with Luis Dalda and Pilar Montoya, as well as broadening his training by studying Musicology and Ethnomusicology, at the same time as taking a master's degree in Hispanic Music at the University of Salamanca.

            After finishing his studies in Salamanca with the highest marks and final degree awards in the specialities of harpsichord and organ, he furthered his training in organ performance at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam, with Professor Jacques van Oortmerssen, in the master's degree in historical performance of keyboard instruments, in which Menno van Delft (harpsichord), Therése de Goude (continuo and historical sources) and Miklos Spanyi (improvisation) also taught. He has also received master classes from Montserrat Torrent and other renowned teachers such as Luigli Ferdinando Tagliavini, Michael Radulesku, Olivier Latry and Daniel Roth.

            As an organist he has performed concerts in various provinces of Spain, especially in the Iberian organ cycles held in Castile and Leon, also participating in events abroad such as the International Organ Festival of Sora (Italy), also collaborating as a soloist with the Symphony Orchestra of Galicia and as a continuo player with the Symphony Orchestra of Castile and Leon or the Chamber Orchestra "Andrés Segovia".

            As a teacher, he has worked as a professor of harpsichord and basso continuo at the Conservatory "Eduardo Martínez Torner" of the Principality of Asturias, organizing in Oviedo the organ concert series "Thursday evenings", in collaboration with different teachers and students of the center. At present, he teaches organ, basso continuo and improvisation at COSCYL, combining his teaching work with research and doctoral studies at the University of Salamanca.