Esperanza Martín López (Malaga, 1993) starts her music career at the age of 6, then entering the Elementary School of Music in Torre del Mar (Malaga) with Professor Alejandro Rueda. After completing her primary music education, she heads the list of admitted students to the Secondary Music School “Manuel Carra” in Malaga, with the highest marks, studying a Professional Degree with Professor Paloma Socias.
He was admitted as “Number One” in the Conservatory for Higher Music Studies of Aragon (in Saragossa), completing Higher Education under the tuition of Professor Miguel A. Ortega Chavaldas. He also received Chamber Music formation from Kennedy Moretti and the Quiroga Quartet. In 2014 she finishes her Degree in Piano-Interpretation in the Conservatory for Higher Studies of Aragon, graduating with Honours both in Piano Concert and Degree Project.
She has attended the Course for Young Musicians “Santa Maria del Paular” in Rascafria, Madrid, from 2005 to 2012, the International School of Music in Lucena (2005-2009) and the Higher Courses on Music from Fundación Unicaja (2010) with professors Andrew Ball, Peter Bithell, Galina Eguiazarova, Daniel del Pino, András Hamary, Galina Iwanzawa, Alexander Kandelaki, András Kemenes, Nino Kereselidse, David Kuiken, Claudio Martínez Mehner, Juan Miguel Moreno Calderón, Kennedy Moretti, Ervin Nagy, Miguel A. Ortega Chavaldas, Francisco Jaime Pantín, Begoña Uriarte, Blanca Uribe, amongst others.
She has also participated in the “I Encuentro de Música de Cámara” Jorcam-Asociación Béla Bartók with professors Vera Martínez Menher and Martha Gulyas held in 2011 at El Escorial.
She has taken piano masterclasses (“Beethoven and the interpretation of his sonatas for piano”) from Luca Chiantore in Saragossa 2011; from Kaya Han, Saragossa 2011; from Tibor Szász, Saragossa 2013; from Imre Rohmann, Saragossa 2013; from Josep Colom, Saragossa 2011 to 2013; from David Kuyken, Saragossa 2013 to 2014; and from Christian Pohl, Saragossa 2014.
She has taken part in courses and masterclasses for music perfection with professors Paula Coronas, Josep Colom, Tibor Szász, Ángel Sanzo, Víctor del Valle, Luis del Valle, Alberto Martín, Albert Nieto, Óscar Martín, Albert Attenelle and Eldar Nebolsin.
In 2015, she was selected to participate in the 27th Season of Pianofest in the Hamptons, in East Hampton (New York), where she took counsel from Paul Schenly and John O’Connor.
She has been granted to participate in the II and IV AIE-Loewe-Hazen Forum for Artistic Orientation for Young Pianists with Alfredo Aracil y Albert Attenelle and also granted for AIE to attend the XVIII y XIX at the International School of Music in Lucena.
Recently, she got the piano scholarship at the XXVI Scholarship Competition for further studies abroad under the auspices of “Juventudes Musicales de Madrid”.
Currently, Esperanza studies the Artistic Master at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, under the tuition of Professor Michael Schäfer.