Régulo Martinez, piano Toronto
The musical drama Chopin and The Nightingale is written for piano, two sopranos and narrator.
Régulo Martinez plays the piano.
Chopin (1810-1849).

Régulo Martinez, piano.  Photo provided by Régulo Martinez.Born in Madrid, Régulo Martinez completed his piano studies at the Conservatory of Majadahonda, Spain with the "Prize of Honour", and won the "Nuestra Señora del Rosario" competition for young pianists in 1994.  A year later, a Rotary scholarship facilitated further studies under Professor Walter Kamper at the University of Music in Graz, Austria, where he obtained a "Magister atrium" degree as concert pianist in 2003.

Régulo Martinez has twice attended the Summer Course and Festival for Young Pianists in Lucena, Spain, and has participated in masterclasses of Leon Fleisher, John Perry, Galina Egyazaroba, Marc Durand, Almudena Cano, Rita Wagner and Peter Bithell.  He was awarded the prize of the "Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde Mosel-Eifel" in Germany.

In the 2001-2004 period, Régulo Martinez has performed as a soloist and chamber artist and with orchestras in Spain, Austria and Germany, which included the opening concert of the Lucena Festival 2004 with James Ross an the Presjovem Orchestrahe.   He has made recordings for RNE, ORF and RTV.  He is currently studying at The Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto with John Perry.