3 p.m. - Gamble Auditorium, Kulas Musical Arts Building
Julian Martin, piano, of The Juilliard School.

Guest Recital

October 22, 2017

3 p.m.Photo of Julian Martin

Gamble Auditorium, Kulas Musical Arts Building

Julian Martin, piano
The Juilliard School


Sonata in D Major, Hob. XVI: 24 - Franz Joseph Haydn
Sixteen Waltzes, Op. 39 - Johannes Brahms
Valses nobles et sentimentales - Maurice Ravel
Two Tableaux from Iberia - Isaac Albéniz

Julian Martin is winner of the 1975 Montevideo International Piano Competition. Other major prizes include the Ravel-Casadesus (now Cleveland International), Gina Bachauer, and Kapell competitions, as well as the Collaborative Prize at the 1982 Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow.

Martin has made tours of North and South America, Europe, and Asia. He has recorded with violinist Berl Senofsky and flutist Robert Willoughby and premiered works of composers Richard Rodney Bennett, Stephen Albert, Mario Davidovsky, and Edward Barnes.

Martin is a jury member for the Montreal, Iowa, and Jaén international piano competitions and for Stars of the Twenty-First Century in St. Petersburg. He is a member of the original selection committee for the Gilmore Foundation and founder and artistic director of the International Piano Festival of Gijón.

Martin is a regular guest faculty member at the Glenn Gould School in Toronto, the Banff Centre, and Bowdoin Summer Music Festival. He has given master classes in Argentina, Colombia, England, Germany, Israel, Japan, Korea, Switzerland, Taiwan and Venezuela.

Martin has been on Juilliard's faculty since 1999 and Pre-College since 2003. He was formerly on faculty at the Oberlin Conservatory from 1982 to 1987 and the Peabody Institute from 1987 to 2002.