Pianist Martín Cuéllar is Assistant Professor
of Piano at Emporia State University in Emporia,
Kansas. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts
and Master of Music degrees in Piano Performance
from The University of Texas at Austin. As a Rotary
Scholar, he studied at The Royal Conservatory
of Music in Madrid, Spain, where he received the
diploma in piano performance. Dr. Cuéllar has
also done additional research and piano studies
on the music of Enrique Granados at the Marshall
Academy of Music in Barcelona, Spain.
An active performer, Dr. Cuéllar has played concerts
in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, and Spain.
He frequently serves as adjudicator and workshop
clinician in piano competition and workshops throughout
the Midwest and other parts of the United States.
A member of the National Guild of Piano Teachers,
Dr. Cuéllar has served as Chairman of its International
Piano Composition Contest since 1995. Four of
Dr. Cuéllar’s piano compositions are currently
in the required repertoire list of the National
Federation of Music Clubs.
The Cuéllars live with their two children in
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