Martin Humphries (1989)

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Martin Humphries is a composer, conductor and educator whose music has been performed at the National Museum of Wales, Barbican Centre, Fête de la Mare (France), Celluele133 (Belgium), Idstein Jazz Festival (Germany), Club Inégales (London) and Cheltenham Music Festival. He has written music for ensembles including the Fidelio Trio, Lontano, Carducci Quartet, RIOT Ensemble, Fractalesand soloists Håkon Stene (percussion), Lore Lixenberg (mezzo-soprano), Michael Finnissy (piano) and Gwenllian Llyr (harp).

 

Martin’s first opera was performed during his undergraduate studies and his orchestral music has seen performances by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, and broadcast on BBC Radio 3. His main interests lie in creating innovative new music in amateur spaces and he has worked with dozens of community ensembles in pursuit of this ambition. 

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