Celia Martin, soprano from the internationally acclaimed Camerata Lacunensis, entered the singing world participating in the rondallas of the Santa Cruz carnival, her first great mentor being the director of the Agrupación Lírico Musical Gran Tinerfe, Jesus Alvaro Fariña Adan. This experience led her to a solo performance in the Rondallas Contest in 1997.
In her birthplace of Guia de Isora, initially with the collaboration of Felipe Neri Gil, currently the director of the Municipal Band of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and latterly, Antonio Fariña, she began her musical training and joined the band as a clarinettist for several seasons.
The second stage of her training began in 1998, when she joined the Coral Universitaria de La Laguna, conducted by Juan Ignacio Oliva. These years were to be spent acquiring experience on stage in various seasons of the opera and zarzuela festivals.
In 2000, she started singing with Camerata Lacunensis, of the University of La Laguna, directed by Jose Herrero, where she completed several recordings, two projects for RALS resulting in two separate CDs Six Responses for Christmas Matins by Jose Palomino and Music for La Laguna Cathedral comprising works from the nineteenth-century rescued after 200 years in the archives, and most recently a recording of music by composer Dante Andreo with words by selected Canarian poets. With Conrado Alvarez Martin, she has become a regular participant in the Aimcaria Collective, specialising in the historicist performance of early and Baroque music, where she has performed in several events, among other projects, as a soloist: Messe de Minuit pour Noël, by Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Carols for Christmas Matins of 1653 by Juan Gutierrez de Padilla; Presentation Concert for Baroque Double Harp Gara; Concert of Seventeenth-Century Carols and Motets; Misa Quarti Toni by Tomas Luis de Victoria, and Miserere, by F. Scarlatti.
In 2008 she joined the Tenerife Film Choir, directed by Cristina Farrais.
As soloist in more recent times, she has returned to her childhood Guia de Isora in collaboration with Coral Ajijide, with whom she has participated in the production of a CD.
Conductors she has worked with in addition to those already mentioned, include Canto Salgado, Emilio Tabrabue, Marc Peters, Pilar Aurensanz, Nacho Rodriguez, and Diego Navarro.