He has given concerts in the five continents performing in Austria, Germany, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway,Sweden, Netherlands, Poland, Finland, England, USA, Canada,Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Bulgaria,Japan, Korea, Philipines, Argentina, México, Chile, Cuba, Panama, Guatemala, Santo Domingo, Paraguay,Honduras, El Salvador, Venezuela, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Morroco, Senegal, China, India, Australia, New Zeland, Kuwait, Omán and Qatar.
He has performed in halls such as The Grand Theatre, (La Habana), National Hall, (Madrid), Royal Dublin Society, Tuomikirkon, (Helsinki), Votivkirche, (Vienna), Circulo Artistico Napolitano, Atlapa Hall, (Panama), Covarrubias Hall, (México), Charles III Theatre, (Madrid), India International Centre, (New Delhi), Central Superior Conservatoire, (Peking), Villa Decius, (Kracov), Lincoln Centre, (New York), John Hancock Centre, (Chicago), National Gallery, (Dublin), Metropolitan Museum of Art, (New York), Kunsthal, (Rotterdam) and Radio Hall (Wasrsaw), Salle Vincent-d’Indy, (Montreal), Nationalmuseum, (Stoockholm), Konserthus, (Oslo), At Al Hashemi II Grand Ballroom, (Kuwait City), Melngalvju Namá, (Riga), City Hall, (Tallin)
Maruri representd Spain in Athens during the concert celebrated by Greek Radio Television in 1989 for the EU Greek Presidence. In 1990 he received the medal of the Spanish College in Paris. In 1995 performed live for the Central Chinese Radio and in 1997 performed for the RTE in Dublin.
He has given masterclasess as invited Profesor at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, the Cork School of Music, the New Delhi School of Music, and the Peking Superior Conservatory.
Among the composer who have written for him are, Francesco Telli, Pedro Sáenz, Jose Maria Sánchez Verdú, Josep Pascual, Erik Marchelie, Manuel Seco, Zhangbing, Paul Coles, etc
Maruri has premier many guitar works including Torroba?s “Interludios”, Francesco Telli?s, “Serenata”, etc
His work in the rediscovery of Adam Falckenhagen?s music has received acclaim by the Yuste European Academy, who award him in 1996. In 1999 Maruri started a series of recording for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, using the original historical instruments from the Museum?s?collection.
His discography , (23 CD), is distributed worldwide receiving audiences and critics recognition. （网摘）