Violinist with the Westchester Philharmonic who has worked on Broadway, in chamber settings, and on recordings with some of the biggest names in pop music.
Groups with whom he has worked include the American Composers Orchestra, the American Symphony Orchestra, the American Theater Orchestra, the Leonia Chamber Musicians, the Little Orchestra Society, the Metropolitan Players, the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, the Music Today Ensemble, the New York Chamber Symphony, the New York Pops, and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
On 13th February 2011, the Leonia Chamber Musicians gave a recital at All Saints Episcopal Church that featured the “String Quartet” of Maurice Ravel and “Trio, Op. 8” of Frederic Chopin.
Martin’s Broadway credits include productions of Carrie, Crazy for You, Fiddler on the Roof, High Society, The King and I, Lestat, Les Miserables, Oh, Kay!, Oklahoma!, A Tale of Two Cities, Titanic, and West Side Story.
He can also be heard on the following CDs: Arnolds Sturms: Trio For Piano, Violin And Clarinet/Two Pieces For Violin And Piano/Sonata For Violincello And Piano/Duo For Oboe And Piano; Chamber Music with Voice (& a Little Jazz) by Sheila Silver; Dawn Upshaw Sings Rodgers & Hart; Golden Days by Jerry Hadley; The Great American Songbook by Rod Stewart; I Remember Bill: A Tribute to Bill Evans by Don Sebesky; Livin’ La Vida Loca by Ricky Martin; The Spice of Life by Earl Klugh; and, Wish by Sutton Foster.