Miguel Medina studied composition and classical percussion at the Manuel M. Ponce Conservatory in Mexico and composes and performs for many choreographic projects. He worked for three consecutive years as a percussionist with the choreographer and director Rubén Segal (Barcelona, Spain) for his workshops for actors and dancers in Spain, France, Holland, Italy and Canada. He worked as a composer and performer for the Compagnie Origamini (Limoges, France) for a French tour. An accompanying musician for 15 years for contemporary dance, Miguel has worked at the Jean-Pierre Perrault Foundation, Concordia University and at the Ateliers de Danse Moderne de Montréal (LADMMI) in Montreal, Quebec. Since the beginning of his career Miguel has been part of many musical projects (Mexico, France, Canada), recorded several albums and participated in several tours. He has worked with several international flamenco artists such as Mariano Cruceta, El Torombo, El Oruco, Caroline Planté, Gabriel de la Tomasa, and Cristo Cortés.