Martín Solá:

Martín recently completed a 2 year run in the Broadway musical “On Your Feet!”, featuring the music and real-life story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan. He has also appeared on Broadway in “The King and I”, “Coram Boy” and Baz Luhrmann’s “La Bohème”.

Martín has been a Featured Artist with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, and he has performed in more than a dozen productions with The New York City Opera. He was in “Fanny” and “Pipe Dream”, at City Center Encores; and he has also made numerous television appearances singing for Andrea Bocelli. Martín was a member of the distinguished Shakespeare Lab at The Public Theater. Other highlights include Emilio in the off-Broadway World Premiere of “All Eyes and Ears” with INTAR, Luís Trescante in “Olives and Blood” at Connecticut Repertory Theater, “Giant” at The Public Theater, “The Most Happy Fella” at The Goodspeed Opera House, and more than a dozen productions with New York City Opera. 


For more info on Martín as a performing artist visit www.martinsola.com.


Martín holds a Master’s Degree in Voice Performance from the University of Illinois, where he studied voice with faculty emeritus William Miller; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Voice Performance from Florida State University where studied with Roy Delp. Upon moving to NY in the mid 90’s he continued his training with some of the best singing teachers in the City, spending a number of years studying with Dr. Robert White (Julliard), Arthur Levy and Mark Oswald (Manhattan School of Music), and Fred Carama (Stony Brook Univ.). He continued to develop his craft, studying with Myra Vassian (Julliard), Eric van Hoven (Lafayette College), James Pierce (NYCO), Dr. Eric Tucker (CMU). Martín also studied Alexander Technique and singing with Katherine Keyes (NYCO).


Martín has trained extensively as an actor in New York City. His acting mentors are Obie Award Winner James Saito, and renowned acting teacher Charles Tuthill (The Actors Center, SUNY Purchase College, The Stella Adler Conservatory, The Atlantic Acting School, New York University). He has also studied with Carol Rosenfeld and Edith Meeks (HB Studios), Fred Kareman (Carnegie Hall Studios),  and at The Barrow Group. In 2012, Martín was selected as company member of the prestigious Public Theater Shakespeare Lab.



The OA (Netflix), Madame Secretary (CBS), Mozart in the Jungle (Amazon), Hostages (CBS), Off Duty (NBC pilot), Lights Out (FX), Blue Bloods (CBS), It’s Complicated (starring Meryl Streep), Seeds - feature film

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Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, A Bronx Tale, Anastasia, On Your Feet!, The King and I, Flower Drum Song, Little Me

West End: Paper Dolls, Jerry Springer the Musical, In the Heights

National Tours: Wicked, The King and I, On Your Feet, Pacific Overtures, Flower Drum Song, South Pacific, Porgy and Bess, Ragtime, The Wizard of Oz.

Regional Theater:

The Public Theater, Kennedy Center, Madison Square Garden, The Denver Center, Arena Stage, North Shore, The Signature Theater, The Shakespeare Theater (D.C.), The Muny, Portland Center Stage, The Pioneer Theater, The Walnut Street Theater, Theater Under The Stars, The Olney Theater, The Human Race Theater, American Musical Theater of San Jose, NYMF, , The Fulton Opera House, Media Theater, Bristol Riverside Theater, New York City Opera, as well as many other regional theaters, off-Broadway shows, and Cruise lines.