Tito García González studied at Málaga Conservatory with Horacio Socías and José Felipe Díaz. Later he moved to Germany to study piano with Prof. Kurt Seibert at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen, and chamber music with the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet. He made his professional debut as concert pianist in Germany in 1996.
After that he played at the Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires in 1997. His Spanish debut in 1998 was highly critically acclaimed and recorded for Spanish National Television, and allowed him to perform at the Max Reger Festival in Bayern (Weiden, Bayreuth and Regensburg´s Domspatzen centre).
This performances received much critical acclaim and were live recorded for the Bayerisches Rundfunk. He played also at the Week of Ibero-American music in Bremen, at the German-Polish society within the framework of the celebrations to mark F. Chopin's birthday, and at numerous concerts in Germany, including some one of Beethoven piano Sonatas on the F. Liszt original grand piano (Rococó Hall Steingräber und Söhne, Bayreuth), and at the “Brahms Wochen 1998” (Haus im Park Bremen).
Since 1998 Tito has performed as concert pianist, composer, conductor, soloist and member of chamber music groups in major concert halls in Russia, Spain, Portugal, Germany and USA like Carnegie Hall, Berlin Philharmonie, Meridan Theatre Moscow, Auditorio Nacional de Música Madrid, Bechstein Hall Hamburg, etc., with the Russian Radio and Television Symphonic Orchestra, Neotonarte Symphonic Orchestra, Alcalá de Henares Symphonic Orchestra, Ars Futura Chamber Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Discanto Chamber Orchestra, Factum Trio Ensemble, and Tempo de Cámara Ensemble. He was also the artistic director and principal conductor of the chamber orchestra Collegium Musicum José Ignacio Prieto.
His last Album "Quixote in New York" has received the "Melómano de Oro" prize
Tito García González is an Art Government artist.