Tito García González is the first Spanish pianist to have performed as a soloist in piano recitals at four of the most prestigious venues in the world: Carnegie Hall in New York, the Berlin Philharmonie, the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, and the National Auditorium of Music in Madrid.
He was born in Salamanca in 1974 and studied at the Superior Conservatory of Málaga with Horacio Socías and José Felipe Díaz. He later moved to Germany to study piano with Professor Kurt Seibert at the University of the Arts in Bremen and chamber music with the Wind Quintet of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. He made his professional debut as a piano concert performer in Germany in 1996.
In 1998, he performed at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires. His debut in Argentina, and shortly after in Spain and Germany, was covered by the press and featured on Spanish Television news. That same year, he performed at the Max Reger Festival in Bavaria in the cities of Weiden, Bayreuth, and at the prestigious "Domspatzen" in Regensburg, receiving acclaim from the German critics and live recordings for Bavarian Radio. Subsequently, he performed at the Ibero-American Music Week in Bremen, at the German-Polish Society during the anniversary celebrations of F. Chopin, and in numerous concerts in Germany, such as those performed on Franz Liszt's original grand piano located in the Rococo Room of "Steingräber und Söhne" in Bayreuth, and at the 1998 Brahms Week in the "Haus im Park" in Bremen, including in his programs some of Beethoven's and Brahms's piano sonatas.
Since 1998, Tito García González has performed as a piano concert performer, composer, conductor, soloist, and member of chamber music groups in important concert halls in Russia, Spain, Portugal, Germany, and the United States (Carnegie Hall in New York, Berlin Philharmonie, Moscow Meridian Theater, National Auditorium of Music in Madrid, Bechstein Centrum Hamburg, among others), performing as a soloist with numerous orchestras, such as the Russian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra, the Spanish Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra, the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra, the Classical Santa Cecilia Orchestra, Neotonarte Symphony Orchestra, Alcala de Henares Symphony Orchestra, Sant Cugat Symphony Orchestra, UAX Symphony Orchestra, "Ars Futura" Chamber Orchestra, "Discanto" Chamber Orchestra, and the Factum Trio and Tempo de Cámara groups. He has also been the artistic and principal director of the chamber orchestra Collegium Musicum José Ignacio Prieto.
His discographic works "Quixote in New York" and "Retro-Garde" have received the "Melómano de Oro" Award, the Five-Star category from Ritmo Magazine (2018), and have been reviewed as recommended albums by Melómano Magazine (2020). He has just released his album "Cénit: A Boundless Journey" with the American label, multiple Grammy Award winner, El Cerrito Records, where he gathers all his solo piano compositions.