The Zodiac. 12 pieces (2017)
Night piece for Julia (2005)
In a Thousand Valleys far and wide. (1991)
Oiche Ceoil (Night music) (1971)
Harlequin and Columbine (1989)
(from Masquerade ii)
New York Nights (2005)
Philip Martin takes on the mantle of Composer in Residence for the second half of the International Piano Summer School. A distinguished Irish pianist and composer, Philip combines a busy solo performing career with that of a composer and teacher. It is these three elements of his musical personality that make him such a force in musical life today. Alexander Rosenblatt was originally Composer in Residence for the second half of the International Piano Summer School. Unfortunately he is no longer able to join us and we welcome Philip Martin in his place.
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