Martin Roscoe

English pianist Martin Roscoe was born in Halton, Cheshire on 3 August 1952. He studied with Marjorie Clementi and Gordon Green at the Royal Manchester College of Music and won a series of prizees.

He has developed links as a soloist with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Manchester Camerata and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. He also gives regular recitals, also as a duo with Peter Donohoe and as a chamber musician with many different string quartets. He is also widely recorded and broadcasts regularly for the BBC.

He is artistic director of Beverley Chamber Music Festival and Ribble Valley International Piano Week, and teaches at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Further information: martinroscoe.co.uk

 

A selection of articles about Martin Roscoe

Spotlight. In the Shadow of War - Geoff Pearce listens to piano concertos by British composer George Lloyd. '... there is much to be gained from this set ...'

CD Spotlight. Elgar and Bax - A sepia album from World War I, heard by George Balcombe. '... intense emotion, beautifullly replicated ...'