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Julian Martin

Member, Faculty

Peabody Conservatory

HQ Phone:  (410) 234-4500

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Peabody Conservatory

1 East Mount Vernon Place

Baltimore, Maryland,21202

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Glenn Gould School


Affiliations

SPANISH AMERICAN MUSIC COUNCIL INC

Board Member


Artist Series Concerts

Advisor


Gilmore Foundation Inc

Original Member of the Selection Committee


Brevard Music Center

Board Member


Juventudes Musicales de España

Board Member


Conservatoire Tibor Varga

Faculty Member of the Bowdoin International Music Festival and Guest Faculty Member


Faculty

Founder


Education

Artist Diploma

Peabody Conservatory


Bachelors

Performance

New England Conservatory of Music


Master of Music degree

Peabody Conservatory


doctoral degree

piano performance

Johns Hopkins University


Web References(118 Total References)


Spanish American Music Council | Official Site - About Us

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Julian Martin
Board of Directors While still a student at Peabody Conservatory, Julian Martin began a career that has taken him to major halls around the globe. Endorsements have followed from the world press, from Buenos Aires, Caracas, and Los Angeles to Florence, Moscow, and Tokyo. A native of Alabama, Martin received his early training from Beverly Gibbons and conductor Vernon Raines. Martin has recorded with the late violinist Berl Senofsky on the Cembal d'Amour (Historic Series) label. After teaching at Oberlin Conservatory for six years, Martin joined the faculty of Peabody Conservatory in 1987. He was appointed to The Juilliard School in 1999. His primary teachers have included Julian Martin, Jerome Lowenthal, Ann Schein, and Olga Radosavljevich.


Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota Announces Winners of the 2017 National Piano Competition - Artist Series Concert

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This year's finalist judges included three internationally acclaimed pianists and pedagogues: Korean pianist Tong-Il Han, recipient of the Order of Moran, Korea's highest civil service award; Julian Martin, who has won numerous awards and been on the faculty of such prestigious schools as Oberlin Conservatory, Peabody Institute and Juilliard; and Nelita True, who has been described as "one of the world's most sought-after and beloved pianist-teachers" and whose students consistently take top prizes at national and international competitions.


Piano - Julian Martin - Boston Records

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Julian Martin
Julian Martin Julian Martin Julian Martin Julian Martin is a member of the Piano Faculty at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, MD. Prior to this position he was Assistant Professor of Piano at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music. In 1975 Mr. Martin was the winner of the Montevideo International Piano Competition in Uruguay. Julian Martin


2017 Competition Juries | Hilton Head International Piano Competition

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Julian Martin picture
Julian Martin, USA A native of Alabama, Julian Martin received his early training from Beverly Gibbons and conductor Vernon Raines. With major prizes from Casadesus (Cleveland), Kapell, Bachauer, and Montevideo International Competitions in close succession, Mr. Martin's career was launched in the mid-1970s. Mr. Martin's career has taken him to major halls around the globe and endorsements have followed from the world press - from Buenos Aires, Caracas, and Los Angeles to Florence, Moscow, and Tokyo. In recent years Julian Martin has presented master classes throughout the U.S. as well as in Canada, Venezuela, Columbia, Uruguay, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, England, Spain, and Wurzburg; the Glenn Gould School in Toronto, the Conservatoire de Geneve, and Conservatoire Tibor Varga in Switzerland. He was an original member of the advisory and adjudication committee for the Gilmore International Piano Festival in Kalamazoo. He has served as a juror for the Montreal International Piano Competition, Stars of the Twenty First Century in St. Petersburg, the American Pianists Foundation in Indianapolis, and the Jaén International Competition in Spain. In 1999, in collaboration with conductor Oliver Diaz, Mr. Martin founded and is currently artistic director of the New Millennium International Piano Festival in Gijon, Spain (Asturias). After teaching at Oberlin Conservatory for six years, Mr. Martin joined the faculty of Peabody Conservatory in 1987. He was appointed to The Juilliard School in 1999 where he currently maintains a full-time position.


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Julian MartinWhile still a student at Peabody Conservatory, Julian Martin began a career which has taken him to major halls around the globe.He won major prizes in the Casadesus, Kapell, Bachauer, and Montevideo International Competitions and has performed in Buenos Aires, Caracas, Los Angeles, Florence, Moscow, and Tokyo.Critics have regularly praised his "poetic" and "imaginative" performances, consistently noting his particular affinity to the French and Spanish repertoire.Mr. Martin has served on the jury of the Montreal International Piano Competition, the Advisory Committee for the Gilmore International Piano Festival, and the jury to choose the inaugural class for the National Conservatory of Korea in Seoul.He has given masterclasses in Great Britain, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Korea, Taiwan, Venezuela, Uruguay, and Russia.After Teaching at Oberlin Conservatory for six years, Martin joined the Peabody Conservatory in 1987.In addition, he is Visiting Professor at the Royal School of Music in Toronto and has recently been appointed to the piano faculty of the Juilliard School.


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