One of the most intriguing Spanish pianists of his generation and a versatile performing artist
Winner of the “Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde Mosel-Eifel” Prize in Germany, pianist Régulo Martínez-Antón has appeared in renowned venues throughout Europe and North and South America. A versatile and passionate performing artist, Mr. Martínez-Antón has proven himself to be one of the most intriguing Spanish pianists of his generation. He has presented solo recitals at the prestigious El Escorial Music Festival and a performance of Beethoven’s “Emperor” Concerto with Maestro Michael Francis and the Andres Segovia Chamber Orchestra. He received a special invitation from El Sistema and its founder Maestro José Abreu to perform a recital in Caracas, Venezuela, commemorating the life of famed Spanish pianist Alicia de Larrocha. Mr. Martínez-Antón also gave the Canadian premiere of the music drama Chopin and the Nightingale, performing the leading role of Chopin at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Mr. Martinez-Antón has collaborated with renowned musicians including Lynn Harrell, Paul Coletti, Ronald Leonard, Guillaume Sutre, members of JONDE, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the LA Opera. He recently performed a series of critically acclaimed concerts as a guest pianist with the Saguaro Piano Trio. He has made recordings for RNE and TVE (Spain), ORF (Austria), KUSC, WMFT (USA), CTV, CBC (Canada), and RTV Slovenia. Mr. Martinez-Antón currently teaches in multiple areas of the Colburn School as a Community School piano instructor, Conservatory keyboard harmony instructor, and Music Academy keyboard literature instructor.