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Jorge Martín, Composer


Hello, and thanks for stopping by my website! For those of you who don’t know, I’m a composer who’s been at it since the 90s as a free-lancer. I got my MA and DMA from Columbia and I’m glad to say that’s long since past. I write in any genre and have written in most, but vocal music is my favorite, and yes, I am one of those forlorn souls smitten by opera, the worst bitch goddess of all. But one at whose feet I gladly worship. I was born in Cuba but grew up in New Jersey from age 6. This simple fact has created all sorts of identity issues, not irrelevant to me as an artist. I live in Vermont, which is my home state, but also have a base in NYC, which I consider my home city. The fact I profoundly enjoy both deepest countryside and the citiest city on earth probably also says something about me. You will not be surprised to learn I also have family in Miami.

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The Vermont Symphony Orchestra; “Serenata” at Colgate; Folk tune project; Song CD from GPRRecords 

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is commissioning fanfares for their 2014-15 season to open their concerts and has commissioned me to write one. I’ll let you know as details develop.

Serenata, a Cuban Suite” for violin and piano, will be performed at Colgate College with Laura Klugherz on the violin. Ms. Klugherz specializes in the music of Spain and the Caribbean. The date is Sunday September 28, 2014.

Phoenix Concerts in New York City is presenting “The Folk Tune Project” to celebrate their 10th season and is commissioning short piano trios inspired by folk tunes. I will be one of the composers; the performers are Roger Zahab, violin; David Russell, cello; Robert Frankenberry, piano. The date is Friday October 10 at 8pm at St. Matthew & St. Timothy at 26 W 84th St. NYC

GPRRecords has completed the mastering of the recording of 6 songs and song cycles (Heather Johnson, mezzo-soprano; Andrew Garland, baritone; and Jason Wirth, piano) and the release will be announced very soon!

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