Born in Lima, Peru, Jesus began his studies of violin with professors Jesus Peralta and Edgar Valenzuela. At age 11 he joined the National Conservatory of Music of Peru, where he studied until 2006 under Laszlo Benedeck.
Jesus was the winner of the National Violin Competition of Peru, making his debut as a soloist with the National Conservatory Orchestra at age 12. He served as the concertmaster of the Children Symphony Orchestra of Peru, National Youth Symphony Orchestra of Peru, National Conservatory Symphony, Texas Christian University Symphony Orchestra, the Sinfonietta of Fort Worth, Irving Symphony Orchestra, and San Angelo Symphony.
Jesus represented his country in the Youth Orchestra of the Andean Countries and has also been a member of the Youth Orchestra of Latino America, in which he was conducted by Claudio Abbado and Gustavo Dudamel. He was also invited to join the Youth Orchestra of the Americas for the European tour in 2006.
As a soloist, Jesus has performed with the Symphony Orchestras of the National Conservatory of Music (Peru), Children and Youth National Symphony Orchestras of Peru, Symphony Orchestra of Trujillo, Fort Worth Junior Youth Orchestra, the Sinfonietta of Fort Worth, the Irving Symphony Orchestra, and the National Symphony of Peru.
In 2006 Jesus was granted a full tuition scholarship from Texas Christian University where he was a student of Dr. Curt Thompson, and in 2013 he completed the Performer’s Certificate program at Southern Methodist University under former concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony Emanuel Borok.