Pianist. Organist. Conductor.
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A Unique personality behind the scene.
Many people become renowned in the musical world, but only a rare/select few for three distinct disciplines/talents. As a Conductor, organist and pianist, Wayne Marshall has managed to do precisely this. Whether fulfilling his duties as the Chief Conductor of WDR Funkhausorchester Cologne; Organist in residence at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, guest appearances with the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, or with many other orchestras, Wayne has become known for his musical diversity. As pianist and organist, Wayne has been featured extensively on CD, and has performed recitals at some of the world’s most prestigious venues as well as performing as soloist with numerous orchestras, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Berlin Philharmonic and the London Symphony Orchestra.
Wayne Marshall is proud to announce that he has been appointed Ambassador of the London Music Fund.
The London Music Fund supports disadvantaged and at-risk young people from low-income families across London by providing four-year instrumental scholarships and funding wider partnership programmes in collaboration with professional orchestras, ensembles and musicians in schools via local music services. The fund provides a springboard for young people to learn, create, gain confidence and flourish helping fulfil their potential in music and beyond. Since 2011 the London Music Fund has given over £2m in funding to support young people making music across the capital.
Gershwin ‘I Got Rhythm’ Variations – Wayne Marshall, piano
Wayne Marshall e Stefano Bollani, IL BIS – Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova 11.04.14
Freedom PMJO Wayne Marshall
Wie “Rhapsody in Blue” ohne Klavier entstand – Interview Wayne Marshall
Wayne Marshall – George Gershwin al Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova. 5 aprile 2013
Wayne Marshall al Teatro Carlo Felice – Bis “Girl Crazy” di G.Gershwin 05/04/13
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© 2020 Wayne Marshall. Photos by WDR/Detlef Overmann & Ed Brambis.