NACHO MAÑÁ IS AN AWARD-WINNING COMPOSER AND SAXOPHONIST BASED IN LONDON, UK
He has performed and premiered his works at the finest venues in the UK, Spain, France and Malta, including the Bridgewater Hall, Stoller Hall, Arts Club and Grand Theatre de Provence. At the age of 16, after concluding his musical studies in Spain with an Extraordinary Prize for the highest mark in Castilla y León, he received a scholarship to study composition and saxophone performance at Chetham’s School of Music (in Manchester). He then went on to study Music at the University of Cambridge, where he studied composition with Richard Causton. Following his graduation from Cambridge in July 2020, receiving a Double Starred First and a Larmor Award as one of the best students of St John’s College Cambridge, he has enrolled in a Masters course in Composition for the Screen at the Royal College of Music (in London). In addition to his studies, Nacho works regularly with directors from the London Film School, London South Bank University, TAI University Arts Centre and Georgetown University, and is also writing music for the upcoming video game Racing Tanks in collaboration with the Mexican indie game developer Manu Echeveste.