Federico Mosquera Martínez, pianist

Spanish-born Federico Mosquera Martínez is active both as a pianist, and composer. His works have been performed in Spain, Portugal, France, the UK, Italy, Estonia, the Netherlands and China, highlighting his premieres with the Real Filharmonía de Galicia (Concertino for string orchestra (2011) conducted by Maximino Zumalave) and the Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia (Three Symphonic Movements (2012) under the baton of Víctor Pablo Pérez; Rituales y Sortilegios(2015, commissioned by the SGAE Foundation) conducted by Dima Slobodeniouk; and his Tuba Concerto (2016) conducted by José Trigueros with Jesper Boile Nielsen as soloist).

He has performed at major venues such as Jurriaanse zaal and Grote zaal of de Doelen (Rotterdam, The Netherlands), Zeeuwse Concertzaal (Middelburg, The Netherlands), Casa da Música (Porto, Portugal), and festivals such as Harmos festival 2010, Festival Repeat 2011, The Hague Chamber Music Festival (2013), Gergiev Festival 2013, Piano duo Festival (2014) in Amsterdam, both as a soloist and chamber musician.

He obtained degrees with distinction, studying under the direction of pianists such as Andrzej Pikul and Jean-Bernard Pommier, and composers such as Antón García Abril and Hans Koolmees, in the conservatories of La Coruña (Spain), Kraków (Poland) and Rotterdam (The Netherlands), where he currently holds a position as Artistic Research Coach.