From 31 May to 9 June 2023
During his extensive international solo career, Carles Marín has performed at many outstanding festivals and venues including the Salzburg Festival (Mozarteum Grosser Saal and Wiener Saal), Concertgebauw in Amsterdam, Le Doelen in Rotterdam, Salle Cortot and Unesco in Paris, Salle Gotique in Brussels, Florence Festival, Seymour Center in Sydney, Teatro Nacional in Panama, Rafael Orozco Festival in Cordova, Manuel de Falla Auditorium in Granada, Juan March Foundation in Madrid, and the Echternatch-Luxembourg Festival.
He has also performed solo with world-class orchestras such as the Comunidad Valenciana orchestra resident at the Palau de Les Arts, the orchestras of Cordova, Valencia, Andrés Segovia and Reina Sofía, Madrid, the Mahler Chamber Soloists, Moondwinds, Castilla y León, and the Rotterdam Ensemble. Following his debut as a young pianist by the master Gómez-Martínez with Tchaikovsky’s piano concerto No.1, he has performed with such acclaimed conductors as Jordi Bernácer, Max Bragado, Sborljub Dinic, Enrique García Asensio, Omer Meir Wellber, Juan Luis Martínez, Cristóbal Soler, Francisco Valero Terribas and Josep Vicent.
Prize-winner in more than 40 piano competitions including those of the Academia Mozarteum and the Scarlatti Preis in Salzburg, Baltic in Poland, Panama City, Città di Marsala, Flame in Paris, Virtuoso Prize in Rotterdam, Yamaha Foundation of Europe, José Iturbi in Valencia, Manuel de Falla in Granada, Ibiza and Frechilla-Zuloaga. His famous “Piano Fire” CD (Nibius, 2016) received the Melómano de Oro award and was Ritmo CD of the month.
Resident piano teacher at the Escuela Internacional Musical Arts, Madrid. Carles is also often invited to give master classes in different European cities. He will soon be joining the Miami International Piano Festival Academy at the invitation of Giselle Brodsky, Marín’s mentor.
He has trained with such outstanding names as Joaquín Achúcarro and, more recently, Edna Golandsky. He has also been advised by Alicia de Larrocha and Zubin Mehta.