Carlos Nuñez Medina studied composition at the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid under the guidance of Teresa Catalán graduating with honors. He expands his studies in the Composition Program at the Valencia International Performance Academy & Festival. He receives masterclasses from many composers like Stefano Gervasoni, Stratis Minakakis, Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann, Alberto Posadas,Francesco Pavan, or Agustin Charles among others.
He obtains different prizes in composition contests as in the II FIDAH Prize for Young Composers (2014) and the II International Competition «Ciudad de Orihuela» (Spain, 2015). He also obtains two special mentions in the Carmelo Bernaola Prize (Spain, 2016) and the IX International Competition of Composition for Accordion «Francisco Escudero» (Spin, 2016) and recently he is finalist in the 12 International Composition Competition of Póvoa de Varzim (Portugal, 2019).
He has premiered works in the 29th edition of 20th century music cycle (Spain, 2016), National Tour of Plural Ensemble ́s (Spain, 2017) and in the Flute like Voice Call for Scores (Italy, 2018). His music has been premiered by ensembles like Mivos Quartet, Plural Ensemble, Barcelona Modern Ensemble or Toy Ensembleand and performers like Diego Fernández Magdaleno, Iagoba Fanlo, Julián Elvira, Raúl Jiménez among others.
He has published several scores for Diaphonia Editione Musicale (Italy).
He is also a graduated and Master in flute at the Conservatory of Music of Navarra and the International University of Andalucia. He also obtained a Master Degree in Music Investigation at the Rey Juan Carlos University (2017) with the research “Music Creation in Young Composers. A Case study”.
Nowadays, he teaches harmony and musical theory in a private school (Spain).