Born in Buenos Aires in 1983, Martín Proscia holds a Bachelor of Electro-acoustic Composition from the National University of Quilmes (UNQ), a Degree in Composition from the Manuel de Falla Conservatory, and a Degree in Saxophone from the Alberto Ginastera Conservatory of Music. He has studied saxophone with Daniel Martino and had lessons and masterclasses with Arno Bornkamp, Antonio Felipe Belijar and Diego Nuñez. He is currently is a Ph.D. student at UNQ, focusing his research on saxophone multiphonics and their application to musical composition.
As a saxophone player and performer, his activity is centered in all fields of contemporary performance: as soloist, in saxophone quartet, and electro-acoustic music, among others. He frequently works as a guest musician with the Ensamble Nacional del Sur conducted by Oscar Edelstein. He also works with different contemporary chamber music ensembles. Since 2005 he has performed in duo with pianist César Vernieri, performing their own compositions. The duo recorded their first album 23 Amaneceres in 2007. Proscia also performs free-improvisation music and free jazz with different groups.
As a composer, he has written for a variety of ensembles, including electro-acoustic. His music has been performed in concerts and festivals in Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, France, Italy and Norway.