Martin Gallegos has recently graduated from the George Mason University School of Music, where he obtained the Master of Music degree in Piano Performance under the tutelage of Dr. Linda Monson. He was awarded with the Karen Arledge FOM Piano Scholarship and the Monson Music Endowment Scholarship at GMU.
He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science Engineering at Universidad Mayor, Chile, where he also took piano lessons with Polish pianist Ewa Jasinska. An engineer with the heart of a musician, Martin earned the Bachelor of Music Degree in 2012 and his Licentiate of Music Diploma in 2013 from the Conservatorio Nacional de Música del Perú, studying with Russian pianist Marina Pavlovna de Ferreira. Martin participated as a soloist in the 2014 GMU Young Master Concert, playing Bach’s Piano Concerto in D minor with the Mason Symphony Orchestra. Shortly after this, he attended the “Tafelmusik” Baroque Summer Institute in Toronto, Ontario, studying harpsichord with Charlotte Nediger from the renowned Canadian Baroque ensemble.
Martin has performed in Peru, Brazil, and the US, and has actively collaborated as a piano accompanist with operatic institutions, such as “Romanza” in Lima and “Opera NOVA” in Arlington, Virginia.