Martyn Noble

Composer / Performer

Martyn Noble is Sub-Organist at Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, Musician-in-Residence and Teacher of Piano at Highgate School, Piano Accompanist and Teacher of Organ at the Royal College of Music Junior Department and Accompanist of Concordia Chamber Choir, Dulwich. In the UK, he has given organ recitals in places such as Buckingham, Hampton Court and St James’s Palaces as well as Canterbury Cathedral, York Minster and both Cathedrals in Liverpool. He has also played in Paris, Leiden (Holland), Budapest, Brussels, Germany and Northern Ireland.

As a piano accompanist, he has accompanied for professors and students at the Royal College and Royal Academy of Music, the Royal College of Music’s Chorus and for Music Festivals such as the Leeds Lieder Festival and the British Isles Music Festival which took place in Charterhouse School, Godalming. Last year, he was also fortunate enough to play second keyboard for the UK tour of Miss Saigon at the Alhambra Theatre in Bradford and the Theatre Royals in Plymouth and Norwich.

Martyn has completed the Licentiate for the Royal Schools of Music (LRSM) and the Associate of the Royal College of Organists (ARCO). He graduated with a first class Bachelor of Music degree from the Royal College of Music, London.

Martyn has appeared live on BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio 4, has recorded for Novello and for choral CD’s with Priory and Signum Records, and also plays annually for ClassicFM’s broadcast of “Carols from Buckingham Palace” which airs immediately after Her Majesty’s speech on Christmas Day.

Martyn’s compositions incluce sacred pieces ranging from introits, responses, and canticles, to anthems, mass settings, and organ voluntaries. His works have received premiers at St James’s Palace, Highgate School, and the Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, Exeter University.

Biographical Details

  • Year of birth: 1991

Works by Martyn Noble

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LFCCM 2022

Works performed by Martyn Noble

Festival performances by Martyn Noble

LFCCM 2022