Martí Fernández Paixà was born in Reus, Catalonia, Spain and grew up in Montbrió del Camp. From 2008 to 2011 he attended a private ballet school in his hometown, before he came to the John Cranko Schule in Stuttgart, from which he graduated in 2014.
In the season 2014/15 he became an apprentice with the Stuttgart Ballet, one season later he was taken into the Corps de ballet. In 2016 he was promoted to Demi Soloist; in 2017 to Soloist.
Martí’s repertory includes solo roles such as Armand in John Neumeier’s The lady of the Camellias, as well as Allan Gray in A Streetcar named Desire, Mercutio, Paris and Benvolio in John Crankos Romeo and Juliet, the title role in Demis Volpi’s Krabat and Apollo in Death in Venice, Ali Baba and the Prince of the South in Marcia Haydée’s The Sleeping Beauty, as well as solo roles in works by Kenneth MacMillan, Jiri Kylian, Hans van Manen, Edward Clug, Marco Goecke and others.
Renowned Choreographers such as Demis Volpi and Katarzyna Kozielska have created solo roles specially for him.