Mario Hospach-Martini, born in 1971, studied performance practice with Nikolaus Harnoncourt at the Mozarteum in Salzburg in 1992. He received his main musical influences on the organ from Prof. Stefan Johannes Bleicher, Prof. Michael Kapsner and Prof. Dr. Robert Hill. He studied with Prof. Michael Kapsner between 1993 and 2000 at the Musikhochschule in Trossingen: following his first course of studies which he successfully completed with distinction he took an advanced course in organ studies. Afterwards Mario Hospach-Martini continued his studies in performance practice at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg with Prof. Dr. Robert Hill.
Since completing his musical education Mario Hospach-Martini has followed an active concert career. He has already performed, among other venues, in Canada, at the Festival in Asiago (Italy), at the international Sommerakademie Mozarteum in Salzburg, in the Smetana Hall in Prague, in the Istvan basilica in Budapest, in Westminster Abbey in London, in St. Thomas Church New York, at the Bach Society in the Lutheran Church Houston (Texas) and also in cathedrals and the main churches of Jerusalem, Ascona, Strasbourg, Zurich, Bamberg, Nuremberg, Munich, Ulm, Freiburg, Hamburg St. Jacobi, St. Michaelis, Neuenfelde),Norden Hildesheim, Ratzeburg, Fulda, Lüneburg, Potsdam, Magdeburg, Erfurt, Freiberg (Dom), Naumburg (Wenzelskirche), Schwerin, Dresden (Hofkirche) and Leipzig (Thomaskirche and Nikolaikirche). He also performs regularly on the great historical organs in southern Germany. As well as his work as an university teacher for organ at the Musikhochschule Zurich, Trossingen and the "Süddeutsche Orgelakademie" is an important part of his profile as a musician.