Carlos Marín Trigo was born in Seville, Spain, on August 9, 1975.
He studied music at "Conservatorio Superior de Música Manuel Castillo", where he received training as a piano concertist, specializing later in Accompaniment Improvisation, Transposition and Repentización in the piano, as well as Music Theory and Music Theory, and complete, finally, his higher studies in Music Pedagogy applied to teaching music theory.
Among the variety of courses he took, include piano course taught by renowned pianist Ramzi Yassa Egyptian, Contemporary Music course run by Juan Carlos Marset, or a diploma in Choral taught by the teacher Javier Díaz Juárez.
We would highlight some of his compositions, like "Una noche junto a la Ría" or "La Noche del Cuarto Creciente".
He received various diplomas, as recognition of their participation in the Cultural Art Marathon, sponsored by the Spanish publisher Argos Vergara in 1980, or the award received in 1995 in recognition of his effort in the course of Piano, presented by the Elemental Conservatory of Music Macarena, Seville.
His debut as a writer was in the Mexican city of Tulancingo de Bravo, Hidalgo, where in 2004 he published his first book, "Cuentos y Poemas de un Sevillano".
In November 2006, participated with the OSUAEH (Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo) in the presentation of the work Carmina Burana by composer Carl Orff.
On May 16, 2007 participated, again with OSUAEH in the event of recognition of academic and teacher retirement UAEH, which had the honor of chairing the Lord Governor of the State of Hidalgo Mr. Miguel Osorio Chong.
In November 2007, participated with flute teacher Mónica Sánchez Mendoza in the meeting with tourism professionals, held at the Institute of Arts UAEH.
Currently works as a professor at the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, México, where she teaches piano and orchestral practices for pianists.
He has been choir conductor at the School of Arts in Pachuca, Hidalgo, where he also joined the school period from 2009 to 2010 as a teacher of piano, and conducting the workshop Piano Accompaniment for Choral Directors.