Biography of Leberman Martin:
Martin Leberman was born in London in 1960 and his early studies were with Eric Gilder. He was awarded a scholarship to Trinity College of Music where he studied piano and piano accompaniment with Anthony Lindsay and Simon Young. Collecting both the GTCL, LTCL diplomas, the Humphrey Searle Prize, Alec Rowley Memorial Award and Elisabeth Schuman Prize, he left to fulfil his first professional engagement as conductor and guest ccompanist for Canard's QE2 world cruise. One year later having worked with Robert White, Sarah Brightman, Gail Nelson, Elana Duran, Joel Gray, Shirley McLaine, Iris Williams, Vic Damone, Marni Nixon amongst others Martin joined Richard Eyre's London revival of High Society as Associate Conductor. Other London theatre credits include Chess, The Rink, Kiss Me Kate, Starlight Express, Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, Les Miserables, Great Big Radio Show, Miss Saigon, Mack and Mabel, and most important of all Joseph! As a composer he has written a musical Tariqs Mountain (musical number two is now in preparation), Music for Dance, Streetsong 1,2,3 and he is a vocal arranger for theatre and the recital platform.