The Young valencian master Martínez- Orts is a smart and expressive musician, known for his contagious enthusiasm and the passion that puts in all of his interpretations.
Proof of that, are the ovations he always receives of his audience.

He is the musical director of the Film Symphony Orchestra, first european orchestra specialized in cinema music tours, since March 2011. With it, he has directed in most of the Spanish auditoriums, he also has directed in singular places such as plaza de toros of Las Ventas in Madrid with an audience of 10.000 people last September, in The Hobbit 3 premiere in December 2014 and in the Inverfest in January 2015.
He has been given international awards such as the Great Award of Orchestra Director of Moldavia in 2011, the 2nd award in the International Orchestra Directing Contest in Craiova in 2009.

He also has been in charge of prestigious orchestras like the BBC Concert Orchestra, La Filarmonica Nationala Serguei Lunchevici, The Philharmonic Orchestra of Brasov, The Kronstädter Philharmonische Gesellschaft, The Valencian Orchestra, The Sofia’s Festival Orchestra, The Philharmonic Orchestra of Oltenia and the Lyric Theatre “Elena Teodoroni” among others.

As a composer he has been awarded with the “Postgraduate Composers Prize” (2004) that The London College of Music gives the best Master composer. In 2008 he obtains the 1st award in the National Contest of Composition Choral “Amadeus” with the motet “Ave Verum”. 1st prize in the International Contest of Polyphonyc Composition City of Avila “Tomas Luis de Victoria”. In 2011, he receives the first prize in the International Festival of Cinema Music of Úbeda for his cantata Pax et Bonum.

His musical formation begins in Valencia, where he graduates with the highest grades in Direction (Extraordinary prize end of degree), Piano, Composition and Music Theory.

He moves to London, where he courses a Master in Film Composition in The London College of Music. He expands his studies in orchestra direction in The Institute for Conductors at Bard College in New York, with Harold Farberman; in the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, with Gianluigi Gelmetti and in the Eutherpe Fundation in Spain with the master Bruno Aprea.

One of his lasts productions are the original soundtrack for Keysi World (Click here to see the video) and the music for the spot for the FSO TOUR 2013 (Click here to see the video). For more information