Txema Cabria, pianist and composer was born in Madrid on 1972.
Over 25 years of experience walking through the music. His first years got influenced by so different genius as Mike Oldfield, Prince and Peter Gabriel, which music inspired and feed his curiosity for synthesizers and the continuous search for a good fusion between melody and Rhythm, being the base of a very personal style that will grow through the years.
Is with Jose Antonio Berzal when he reaches a true milestone in his career, diving deep in the secrets of harmony and interpretation through jazz. After that got a Master in Musical Production for Audiovisuals from a prestigious university in England, with tutors like Guy Michelmore, Rachel James or Milton Nelson amongst other great musicians and composers.
From both works, several tracks have been used for corporative audiovisuals from different companies that was chosen for the capacity to transmit emotions. In 2004 he was awarded with the 2nd prize on a National Electronic Music Festival, where he was playing live alone in the final of the event.
During the last years he has offered several concerts, building warm and intimal atmospheres that mixes perfectly with the spirit of his creations, and received an Honor Mention to the Best Production on Korg Creative Encounter 3.0.
Recently has been awarded with the Best Electro-Acoustic Song by The Akademia Music Awards for his theme The Grandmother, which will be the first single of his incoming new album Las nanas de Mina.