Alejandra Martín (Segovia, 1989) is a Spanish violist, pedagogue and musical mediator. She stands out for her creativity and her ability to communicate with the audience. In Berne (Switzerland) she completed her studies in the  Master's Degree in Musical Mediation and obtained the Master's Degree in Musical Pedagogy with a baroque violin as second instrument. Among the teachers who most influenced her training were David Quiggle, Natasha Tchitch, Patrick Juedt and Karstern Dovers. She is a founding member of the Tramontana trio, with which she performs contemporary music. She currently works as a violin and viola teacher and conducts the "Superstart" Program of Superar Suisse (inspired by the Venezuelan Orchestra System).

In the field of musical mediation for children, her most noteworthy work is her interactive book about the viola "Peluso y Alma reparan su hogar". She also develops projects for several institutions (Whitebox in Munich, Thun School of Music ...) and festivals (Musikfestival Bern, Gstaad Festival...) and she is a member of a variety of orchestras such as "Das Seltene Orchester" or the "Ensemble Galería".