The young Valencian maestro Martínez-Orts is an intelligent and expressive musician who stands out specially by his infectious enthusiasm and the passion he communicates in his performances. Proof of this are the recent awards obtained such as the Moldova Grand Prize in Orchestral Conducting in 2011, the 2nd Prize at the Craiova International Orchestral Conducting Competition in 2009 and 2nd Prize at the International Conducting Competition "MaestroFerriz" in 2003.

He has conducted in the most important auditoriums in Spain. In the same way, he has been at the front of prestigious orchestras like the BBC Concert Orchestra,the Philharmonic Sergei Lunchevici Nationala,the Brasov Philharmonic Orchestra,the Kronstadter Philharmonische Gesellschaft,the Valencia Orchestra, the Castellón Symphony Orchestra, the Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra Craiova, the Sofia Festival Orchestra, the Oltenia Philharmonic Orchestra and the Lyric Theatre "Elena Teodorini" among others.

He is titular director and founder of the Symphonic Orchestra of the European Academy since its foundation in 2008. He has been titular director of the University of Valencia Choir for seven years. At the moment he is the music director of the Film Symphony Orchestra, with which he toured throughout Spain performing in 25 cities in May 2011.

Being a passionate for innovative projects, he conducted the première of the symphonic choral works “Lux Aeterna” by Morten Lauridsen and “A man of Galilee” by Alfred Newman. On the other hand, as a musician committed with the contemporary Valencian creation, he has carried out premières of Valencian composers like César Cano,Arnau Bataller,Andrés Valero o Emilio Calandín among others.

As choir conductor, he has performed world first premières of SymphonyNo. 2 “Planet Earth” by Johan de Meij, “Géne-sis” by Arnau Batallé,the Symphony “Plata” by Andrés Valero and the first night in Spain of “The Queen Symphony” of Tolga Kashif. His education starts originally in Valencia where he graduates obtaining the highest qualifications in Conducting (Honorary Degree Award), Piano, Composition and Music Theory.
He increases his Orchestral Conducting Studies at The Institute for Conductors at Bard College in New York with Harold Farberman; at the Accademia Chigiana of Siena with Gianluigi Gelmetti and at the Eutherpe Foundation in Spain with the maestro Bruno Aprea.

He participates in other Orchestral Conducting Seminars taught by the maestros Hernández Silva, García Asensio and Octav Calleya.

He is awarded a Scholarship that takes him to London, where he carries out a “Master in Composition” at The London College of Music where he gets the Post graduate Composer’s Prize.
As a composer he has won the International Composition Competition “Paco Llácer” (2002); the International Composition Competition “Juan Bautista Comes” (2003); the “Postgraduate Composers Prize”(2004) awarded by the London College of Mudicto the best Master Composer, and he gets the Silver Medal at the 4th Edition of the World Choir Games held in China in 2006 conducting the University of Valencia Choir.

In July 2007 he wins the 1st Prize and People’s Choice Award atthe 53rd Habaneras and Polyphony International Contest of Torrevieja. In December 2007 he wins a double at the International Choral Composition Contest organized by the Valencian Community Choir Federation; 1st Prize for treble voices and 2nd Prize for mixed voices. In January 2008, he gets the 1stPrize at the 2nd “Amadeus” National Choral CompositionContestwith the motet “AveVerum”.
First Prize at the International Polyphonic Composition Contest Ciudad de Ávila “Tomás Luis de Victoria”.

In 2010 Best Music Award at the 23rd Mostra de Valencia.

Finally, so far, In 2011, he obtains the first prize at the International Film Music Festival held in Úbeda for his symphonic choral cantata “Pax et Bonum”.