Pablo MartinezPiano

 

Pablo started his musical education at the age of 9 in Valencia, Spain. He studied with Juan Lago at the Conservatorio “José Iturbi” of Valencia and with Leonel Morales at the Conservatorio Superior de Música “Salvador Seguí” of Castellón. In 2014, he obtained the special award for outstanding performance in his class. After finishing his Bachelor’s degree, he moved to Texas to complete his Masters of Music in piano performance under the instruction of Josu De Solaun at Sam Houston State University. Pablo was offered a Graduate Assistantship at SHSU and had the opportunity to teach, besides playing for several music ensembles. He began his doctoral studies (Doctor in Musical Arts, focused on piano performance) at University of Houston with Professor Tali Morgulis with a Teaching Assistantship.

Pablo has performed in many cities of Spain and important halls such as the Auditorio Nacional of Madrid, University of Sevilla, Auditorio Manuel de Falla of Granada, Fundación Botín of Santander, Palau de la Música of Valencia, Palau de les Arts of Valencia, among others. He has performed also in other countries of Europe, such as Italy, Austria, and Germany, combining solo recitals and concertos with orchestra (Orquesta CSM “Salvador Seguí” of Castellón, “Orquesta Sinfónica Chamartín” of Madrid, “Orquesta Sinfónica OSA of Albacete”, “Wernigerode Chamber Orchestra”, Germany, “Nordharzer Städtebundtheater Orchester”, Germany. Pablo has been awarded in many national and international competitions, such as “Neue Sterne International Competition” in Germany, “Ciudad de Albacete” in Albacete, Spain, “Campillos International Competition” in Malaga, Spain, “Premios Loewe-Hazen” in Madrid, Spain, among others. Pablo has been invited to perform in several music festivals in Spain, such as “Clásicos en Ruta AIE”, “Festival del Mediterrani” (Valencia), “Festival Internacional de Música y danza de Granada”, “Juventudes Musicales de España”, Fòrum Santa Cristina d’Aro, among others. He recently made a recording for the Spanish National Radio (RNE) with works by Beethoven, Chopin and Brahms. The recording was broadcasted throughout several countries inside of the European Union.