Martín Quiroga Jr.
/ Houston, TX
Member since May 2018
A cowboy from Texas, Martín Quiroga Jr.’s (b. 1987) recent accomplishments have included performances by groups such as the Riverside Chamber Orchestra, the University of Oregon Campus Orchestra, the Oregon Composers Forum, and the University of Oregon Brass Ensemble. Recent performances have come from such organizations such as Space City Performing Arts, Sospiro, a very small consortium, and a conference paper at the University of North Georgia. Martín has most recently collaborated with a variety of artists, including Estelí Gomez, Sarah Brauer, Linda Jenkins, James Shields, and Brian McWhorter. Most recently, Martín has been named the Festival Director of the 2018 Space City New Music Festival, hosted in Houston, TX.
Martín's choral music is modal and reflective of the Renaissance. His instrumental music is varied and contains a variety of genres, including jazz, avant-garde, neoromantic, and neoclassical.
Listen to works by Martín Quiroga Jr.
Soprano, Clarinet, Violon, Violoncello
Making use of Spanish baroque text, Pedro Espinosa's poem is about a man full of regret at the final moments of his life.
Making use of Spanish baroque text, Francisco de Quevedo's poem reflects on the paradox of love and its meanings.