Carlos Nuñez Medina studied composition at the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid under the guidance of Teresa Catalán and Eduardo Armenteros. He expands his studies with courses and seminars at the Valencia International Performance Academy & Festival and the Barcelona Modern Ensemble Course. He received masterclasses from composers like Alberto Posadas, Stefano Gervasoni, Stratis Minakakis, Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann, Francesco Pavan or Agustin Charles among others.
He obtains different prizes in International Composition Contests like XIIIº International Composition Contest “Città di Udine (Italy – Special Prize Piero Pezzé) XII° International Composition Competition of Póvoa de Varzim (Portugal, 2º Prize) IX° International Competition of Composition for Accordion “Francisco Escudero” (Spain, Special Mention) and II° International Competition “Ciudad de Orihuela” (Spain, First Prize). Some of his works have been selected in different calls for Scores like the Plural Ensemble Call for Scores (Spain) and Flute like Voice Call for Scores (Italy).
He has premiered works in the VI° Barcelona Modern Ensemble Festival, III° Valencia International Performance Academy and Festival, VII° Sound Encounters Festival, VIII° Spanish Contemporary Music days, VIII° Valencia Ensembles Festival and XXIX° edition of the 20th century music cycle. His compositions have been premiered by the Mivos Quartet, Aeolina Quartet, Plural Ensemble, Toy Ensemble, Shinzo trio or JORCAM Youth Orchestra. His music has been performed by players like Diego Fernandez Magdaleno, Julián Elvira, Iagoba Fanlo o Raúl Jimenez among others.
In the music film field, he has done different jobs in publicity, video-mapping and documentaries. He has received different awards in Film Music Competitions such as Indie Gathering Score Competition (4th place, USA), Horror Hotel Score Competition (Special Mention, USA) and Sound of Silence (Special Mention, Italy).
Finally, he has a MA in Music by Research at the Rey Juan Carlos University (Spain). At the present, he teaches Harmony at the Tarazona Conservatory (Spain).