Carles Marigó is a musician trained as a classical pianist at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMuC), with Vladislav Bronevetzky, and at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, with Irina Plotnikova; in his capacity as improvisor, he received advice from Xavier Dotras, Albert Bover, Emilio Molina, Juan de la Rubia, Michael Pisaro, James Fei, Evan Parker. His studies abroad have been supported by grants from CoNCA, CEP and AIE, and thanks to the numerous national and international prizes he has received as a pianist and composer (Eugènia Verdet, Ciutat de Manresa, Ricard Viñes, among others). He has received lessons from masters including Nelson Goerner, Elsa Púppulo, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Barry Douglas, Christian Sacharias, Paul Badura-Skoda, Jacques Rouvier, Claudio Martínez Mehner and María Jesús Crespo. Most of these organised and paid by CEP scholarship (Centro de Estudios Pianísticos).
Marigó is an artist who is constantly evolving and growing. He has directed and created projects in experimental, classical, and ancient music, as well as jazz, funk, traditional Catalan music, and theatre and dance, while never losing his essence as a performer, composer and improvisor. He is developing his artist search interdisciplinary with Cia. RAU (Barcelona, Spain) and with the collective Lo Desconcert (Cologne, Germany).
He currently combines work as a performer with educational work. He teaches improvisation at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMuC) and at the Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu.