Jorge García Martín began his musical training in Salamanca, where he studied piano, organ and harpsichord. Attracted by early keyboard music, he moved to Switzerland to study at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. There he studied the Master of Organ with Lorenzo Ghielmi, Andrea Marcon, Wolfgang Zerer and Jörg-Andreas Boetticher and the Master of Historical Improvisation, working with Rudolf Lutz, Markus Schwenkreis, Nicola Cumer and Emmanuel Le Divellec.
He has developed an intense career as a soloist offering recitals and concerts of interpretation and improvisation throughout Spain, the rest of Europe and Asia (Japan). He has won and been finalist in several national and international competitions (First Prize at the Concorso Organistico Internazionale "Organi del basso Friuli", Italy).
He has been assistant professor of Historical Improvisation at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and professor of Improvisation at the Katarina Gurska School of Music. He is currently professor of Basso Continuo and Historical Improvisation at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla y León, organ professor at the Escuela de Música de Tordesillas and coordinator of the Ciclo Internacional de órgano de Tordesillas and the Academia Internacional de Órgano en Castilla.
He has given master classes related to historical improvisation and early keyboard repertoire in most of Europe and Japan, participating in courses and congresses of international relevance (Lausanne Improvisation Festival, Studientage Improvisation in Basel, Julian de la Orden Organ Academy, etc.).
His research interests are in the field of historical improvisation, historically informed basso continuo practice and the historical interpretation of keyboard music.