Aitor Merino Martínez (born in 1995; Madrid, Spain) is a musician specializing in the horn, piano, and composition.
Aitor is a multidisciplinary artist centred on the composition, near to the most classic performances of artists as John Cage or Nam June Paik.
He was interested in the culture in all his facets. For this reason, from 12 years, he began to be present at the operatic representations that was offering the Real Theater of Madrid and the Palace of the Opera of A Coruña, where establish a narrow friendship with Gerard Mortier, the director of the Real Theater up to his death in March, 2014.
His compositions include pieces in baroque, neoclassical, minimal and expressionist styles. Inspired by Vivaldi, Bartok, Stravinsky, Messiarn, Philip Glass and Satie, he composes studies for piano and littles pieces.
Additionally, he has written music for dramas such as Georg Büchner's Woyzeck, Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, and Angélica Liddell's Te haré invencible con mi derrota (I'll make you invincible with my defeat).
Among the several books he has written are Cuando cuerpo y espacio fueron uno: El Ballet Triádico de Oskar Schlemmer and The Melody of My Life.
At present, he studies Art History at the Autonomous University of Madrid and is centrated in a visual production: performance, sound art, politic art, installations...