Jean Martin (pianist)

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Jean Martin (7 November 1927 – 7 October 2020)[1] was a French pianist. He was born in Lyon, France.

Martin began a teaching career, starting in Grenoble in 1953. He recorded two albums dedicated to the works of Carl Maria von Weber, five dedicated to Robert Schumann, two to Stephen Heller and Gabriel Fauré. In 1970, he played with the Trio Delta with violinist Flora Elphège and cellist Claude Burgos.[2]

Martin died on 7 October 2020 in Paris, aged 92.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Jean Martin". Piano Blue (in French). Retrieved 9 October 2020.
  2. Membre, François (7 March 1995). "Frédéric Chiu — Jean Martin : la complémentarité franco-américaine". L'Est républicain (in French).
  3. "Décès de Jean Martin". France Musique (in French). Retrieved 11 October 2020.