Guillermo Martorell is a musician, composer, and music producer.
Born in Barcelona, he received his first piano lessons at the age of 4, and subsequently studied guitar. He later studied composition with Gabriel Brncic and Arnau Bataller, at ESMUC (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya), where he graduated.
He was selected as participant in the 2012 NYU/ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop in New York, where he had the chance to work and study with teachers such as Tim Starnes, Sean Callery, Mark Snow and Ira Newborn, as well as recording his music with some of the top studio musicians in New York.
He has recently composed the music for feature film In the Box, Gregory Hervelin and Aurélie Herrou’s opera prima (in post-production). He has composed electronic, choral, chamber and orchestral music, as well as music for several short films.
As a performer and music producer, he has worked with a number of acts, touring Europe and Japan and performing in such places as the Tate Britain Museum in London, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, and festivals such as Primavera Sound and Sònar (Barcelona), Meltdown (London), and Womad. He is founder of the experimental music outfit Mr. Hubba & el Mono Inventor.
He has also played and recorded with singer-songwriter Maria Rodés and electronic pop-rock group Mazoni, as a guitarist and keyboardist, and produced Mariona Aupí‘s second solo album, Le Monde (2017).
He is currently composing music for La Morta, a play by Marc Crehuet, for whom he previously worked scoring his feature film La Juventud Baila (2018).