Marta Sanchez is a regularly requested musician and first call pianist in the Madrid jazz circuit, where she has acquired an impeccable reputation and impressive resume.
She has performed with Bob Sands, Norman Hogue, Chema Sáiz, Israel Sandoval, Román Filiú, Ariel Bringuez, Talento Jazz Orquesta, Afrodisian Big Band, Santiago de la Muela, Doris Cales, Antonio Serrano, Eva Escot, Larry Martin, Natalia Calderón and Pedro Ruy Blas among others.
Sanchez has directed her own projects since 2005, starting a trio with Carlos Barretto (bass) Andrés Litwin (drums), with whom she released the CD: “Lunas, Soles y Elefantes” (Errabal, 2007).
In 2008, she created a piano quartet with Ariel Bringuez (saxophone), Reinier Elizarde (bass) and Andres Litwin (drums), with whom she recorded: “La Espiral Amarilla” (Errabal, 2011). Both of these recordings received excellent reviews in the specialized media. During this period, the trio and the quartet performed in the premier jazz clubs of Spain: Café Central, Bogui, Jamboree, La Bilbaina, Berlin Jazz Café, Calle 54 among others and performed at prestigious jazz festivals like the Festival de Jazz de Madrid, Festival de Jazz de Vitoria-Gasteiz, Segojazz, Festival de Jazz de Lleida, Festival de Jazz es primavera en San Juan Evangelista, Festival de Jazz de Castellon, Festival de Jazz de Valladolid, Festival de Jazz de Zaragoza. They have also toured outside Spain, in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile.