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Lucia Martinez

Lucía Martínez, is a young artist with a strong background in classical, world and jazz music. A versatile multi-instrumentalist and composer, Lucía belongs to the new generation of jazz musicians in Europe, but with the flavour from the south. Her style is influenced by folk music from Galicia, flamenco and the music of the Mediterranean, together with the new avant-garde music…

Drums, percussion, composition Artistic director of the Jazz Festival IMAXINASONS

At 9 years old she began playing percussion and hurdy-gurdy.

Degree Classical Percussion at the Conservatorio Superior de Musica de Vigo and Guildhall School of Music London. Advanced Musical Studies-Galician Royal Philharmonic. Besides this classical training she has focused on drums, vibraphone and jazz composition: Jazz Degree at the School of Music and Performing Arts Portugal. Jazz Master at the University of the Arts Berlin. Summa cum Laude. Film Music Master in Universität Potsdam-Babelsberg. Currently studying Master in philosophy and politics at the Uned

Lucia is leader and composer for the: Lucía Martínez Cuarteto: Soños e Delirios and De viento y de sal. Berliner Projekt: AzulCielo. Both projects were nominated for the Independent Music Awards in Spain. Lucía Martínez & The Fearless. Feat Kalle Kalima, Marcel Kroemker and Benjamin Weidekamp.

Solo Project w/Video: East Side Gallery.

Desalambrado with Agustí Fernández.

MBM TRIO w/ Baldo Martínez and Antonio Bravo

Film scoring.

She’s a well known musician in the Free Scene in Europe, having recorded many cd’s in this field with René Baker, Agustí Fernández, Baldo Martínez…

She also plays with the ComposersOrchestraBerlin, MBMTrio, TheLevitationTrio, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Maria João, Perico Sambeat, Carlos Bica, Jason Lindner.


Awards San Luiz Lisabon: Best Performer and Best Group. National Award for Chorus. DAAD Prize2012.


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Album Discography

Recordings: As Leader | As Sideperson


Self Produced



From: Zeitenwende
By Lucia Martinez


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