Martin Ellerby

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Martin Ellerby (1957, Worksop) is an English composer. He was educated at the Royal College of Music, London, where he was taught by Joseph Horovitz.

His catalogue features works for orchestra, chorus, concert band, brass band, ballet and various instrumental ensembles. Performances include the BBC Proms, the Leipzig Gewandhaus and many international festivals. Among his students was Daniel Giorgetti.

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One of his most famous works is Paris Sketches, a composition about the city he holds dear.

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