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Arturo Martín, a tenor, was born in Mérida, Mexico. He graduated with honors from Yucatán University, receiving a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. At the same time he began to study voice seriously with the renowned Cuban pianist Alberto Alvarez.

In December 2003, he won First Prize in the Nicolás Urcelay Singing Competition, a national competition in Mexico for tenors only. Other awards include the Francesc Viñas International Singing Competition, 38th Edition, in Barcelona, and a scholarship to study in Italy with the Ezio Pinza Council for American Singers of Opera (EPCASO). Martín continues his studies with Claudia Pinza in Pittsburgh.

He made his professional operatic début to critical acclaim singing the rôle of Nemorino in L’elisir d’amore, in a series of performances sponsored by CONACULTA, the Council for National Culture and Arts, the most prestigious national arts foundation in Mexico.

Role: Classical Artist 
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