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Martin Jones

Martin Jones

Martin Jones


Martin Jones (born 4 February 1940, Witney, England) is an English concert pianist. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London under Guido Agosti, Guy Jonson, and Gordon Green.[1] He has been highly regarded since debuting in the international arena when he won the Dame Myra Hess award in 1968.[2] His London debut was at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in 1968. His New York debut was at Carnegie Hall, also in 1968. Jones has performed with various orchestras throughout the world Read more on Last.fm
Martin Jones (born 4 February 1940, Witney, England) is an English concert pianist. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London under Guido Agosti, Guy Jonson, and Gordon Green.[1] He has been highly regarded since debuting in the international arena when he won the Dame Myra Hess award in 1968.[2] His London debut was at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in 1968. His New York debut was at Carnegie Hall, also in 1968. Jones has performed with various orchestras throughout the world, including the London Festival Orchestra, the Halle Orchestra, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, and the BBC Welsh Orchestra.

Besides many standard concertos, he has played the Ferruccio Busoni concerto and the Samuel Barber concerto, as well as concertos by William Mathias, John McCabe, Constant Lambert, and Xaver Scharwenka. He toured Canada with the BBC Welsh Orchestra and has given recitals in Florida, Tennessee, and California, a Brahms recital at Wigmore Hall in 1993, and radio broadcasts in Britain, Irleand, and the United States. He was pianist-in-residence at University College, Cardiff, from 1971 to 1983 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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