Born in Mahon (Menorca, Balearic Islands) in 1977, Martí initiated his clarinet studies with his grandfather. He completed his elementary and specialist music education at the Balearic Islands Professional Music Conservatoire in Menorca and later earned his Music Degree at the Barcelona Higher Conservatoire. He studied under instruction of José Fuxá, Juanjo Mercadal, Pascual Martínez, Tomàs Picornell or Joan Pere Gil.
He was a solo clarinetist at the ‘Ateneo de Mahon’ Philharmonic Orchestra (la Orquesta Filarmónica del Ateneo de Maó), The Lyric Orchestra of the ‘Orfeon Maonés’ (Orquesta Lírica del Orfeón Maonés), and he both played as solo clarinetist and conducted the Music Wind Band ‘Nura’ (Banda de Música Nura).
He did masterclasses with Professors such as Walter Seyfarth (Berliner Philarmoniker) or Josep Fuster (Barcelona Symphony Orchestra). He also took courses at the Barcelona Musicians’ Workshop (Taller de Músicos de Barcelona) and had classes with Víctor de Diego, Vicenç Martín, Joan Moné and Jon Robles.
He collaborated with different music groups and ensambles such as the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra (la Orquestra Sinfónica de Barcelona y Nacional de Cataluña), the Symphony Orchestra Julià Carbonell from Lleida/Lérida (la Orquesta Sinfónica Julià Carbonell de les Terres de Lleida), or the Orchestra Illa de Menorca among others, which allowed him to work under the conductorship of Salvador Brotons, Edmon Colomer, Alfons Reverté, Jan Cober, Franz-Paul Decker or James Judd.
Since 2009 he has been working as a clarinet and alto clarinet professor with the Barcelona Municipal Wind Band.
He is also licensed in Philosophy by the University of Barcelona.