1608 (VIII) — 1612 (10-III) Colegiata de Antequera
1616 (16-IV) — 1618 (10-I) Catedral de Córdoba
1617 (23-X) — 1619 (2-VIII) Catedral de Toledo
Nicknamed "el de Toledo"; he was nephew (or son?) of Juan Martínez [Martínez] de Riscos (1) and probably older brother of Juan Benítez [Benito] de Riscos (3). Based on literary sources, Miguel Querol stated that Riscos (2) set to music at least twenty villancicos for Christmas, Kings and Corpus festivals in 1615 writen by Luis de Góngora (then racionero of the Cordoba cathedral).