Martyn Noble is Sub Organist, H.M. Chapels Royal, St James’ Palace.
The recital will be performed on the newly refurbished 3-manual Hill organ at St John's Hyde Park. The event is one of a series of recitals celebrating the Heritage Lottery Funded project to restore the organ to it's original state from 1865. To learn more about the project to save Betty, the organ, visit her own website.
More about Martyn Noble
Martyn is Sub-Organist at Her Majesty's Chapel Royal and has performed several recitals across the country, including Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, York Minster and Canterbury Cathedral, Sées Cathedral (France), Hereford Cathedral and St. James' Palace and has had a number of accompanist roles from choral societies to musical theatre; from cathedral choirs to school choirs.
Martyn has graduated, with first class honours, from studying the organ and the piano at the Royal College of Music in London in 2015. Martyn has accompanied choirs in venues such as La Madeleine and Notre Dame in Paris, as well as Saint Mihaly and Saint Anna Templom in Budapest. He has also played live on BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4 and Classic FM and has recorded several CD’s for both Priory Records and Signum Records.