Ryan martin started playing piano at the age of 6 and debut with orchestra at the age of 8. He is now attending the eight year of British International School Bratislava.
His teacher is Prof. Vladimir Kharin and he had musical education at University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna class for highly gifted – piano.
Despite his young age Ryan has already demonstrated considerable talent with excellent results in national and international contexts. He is laureate of 16 International Piano Competition:
Ryan played with orchestras several times since the age of 8 in Bratislava with Slovak Chamber Orchestra at the Great Slovak Philharmonic Hall, in Moscow with Russian Philharmonic under the conductor Vladimir Spivakov, in Great Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, in Prague with Prague Sinfonietta, in Vienna with Franz Schmidt Kammerorchester, in Lodz with Lodz Philharmonics, with Sinfonietta dell Arte in both Austria and Slovakia and in Zilina with Slovak Sinfonietta.
Ryan gave his first piano recital at the age of 10 and he performed in Brahms hall of Musikverein Vienna, Glass hall in Musikverein Vienna, Musiktheater Vienna, Great hall of Slovak Philharmony, Salzburg Mozarteum, Copenhagen Summer Festival, Bratislava Music Festival at the Slovak Philharmony hall, Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest, in Roveretto Italy Theatro Zandonai as part of the Mozart Festival, Ehrbaar hall in Vienna , in Svetlanov Hall in Moscow and many more.
Ryan took part in master classes in Geneva at the Summer Performing Arts with Juilliard school with Juilliard piano teachers. Ryan participated at the Philadelphia Summer Music Festival.
Ryan achieved his ABRSM level 5 in music theory as 12 year old.
If you are interested in working with Ryan Martin, please get in touch with the EMCY Office.
J.S.Bach, Prelude and Fugue BWV 855 in e minor
J.S.Bach, Prelude and Fugue BWV 852 in E flat major
J.S.Bach, Prelude and Fugue BWV 892 in B major
J.S.Bach, Three part Inventions n 15 in B minor
B. Bartok, Suite op.14
L. van Beethoven, Sonata op.10, n.2, in F major
L. van Beethoven, Sonata op.31, n. 3, in E flat major
L. van Beethoven, Sonata op.22 n. 11, in B flat major
F. Chopin, Etude op.10, n.8
F. Chopin, Etude op. 25, n. 6
F. Chopin, Preludes, op. 28 n.22, n.23, n.24
F. Chopin, Minute Waltz, op. 64, n. 1
F. Chopin, Grande Valse in A flat major, op.42
F. Chopin, Nocturne in F sharp major op. 15, n.2
F. Chopin, Bolero, op. 10 in a minor
F. Chopin, Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brilliante, op. 22
F. Chopin, Ballade n. 1, op. 23 in g minor
F. Chopin, Ballade n.3, op. 47 in a flat major
F. Chopin, Mazurka op.63
C. Debussy, Image book 1
Glinka, Nocturne in E flat major
G.F.Handel, Fantasia in C major HWV 490
J. Haydn, Sonata in B flat major Hob. XVI:41
J. Haydn, Sonata in g minor Hob. XVI:44
J. Haydn, Sonata in c minor Hob.XVI:20
G. Ligeti, Etude n. 10, Der Zauberlehrling
F. Liszt, Grande Etudes de Paganini n. 5 – La chasse
F. Liszt, Au bord d’ une source ( Annees de Pelerinage, Suisse. S.160, n.4 )
F. Liszt, La leggierezza concert etude in f minor
F. Liszt, Feux Follet – transcedental etude n. 5, S.139
W. A. Mozart, Sonata K330, in C major
W. A. Mozart, 9 Variations in D major on meneut of J.P. Duport KV.573
W. A. Mozart, Rondo in D K 485
C. Nielsen, Humoreske Bagateller, op. 11
F. Schubert, Impromptu D. 899 op. 90, n.2 in e flat major
F. Schubert, Impromptu D. 935 op. post. 142, n. 3 in B flat major
R. Schumann, Kinderszenen, op. 15
R. Schumann, Buntes Blatter, op.99
D. Shostakovich, Dances of the Dolls op. 91 N. 3 Romance
D. Shostakovich, Prelude and Fugue n. 15 op. 87 in D flat major
J.L. Rameau, La Villageoise from Pieces de Clavecin n. 9
M. Ravel, Miroirs
L. van Beethoven, Piano concerto n. 4, op.
F. Chopin, Piano Concerto n. 2 in F minor, op. 2
J. Haydn, Piano Concert in D major, Hob.XVIII:11
W. A. Mozart, Piano concert n. 12 KV 414 in A major
W. A. Mozart, Piano Concert n. 21 KV 467 in C major