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Born in 1972, Martin Welzel received his musical training in Bremen from Michael Landsky, Wilfried Langosz and Käte van Tricht. He later studied with Daniel Roth, Wolfgang Rübsam, Kristin Merscher and Gerald Hambitzer at the University of Music in Saarbrücken, where he earned Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in sacred music and organ performance, as well as an Artist Diploma in organ performance. He holds a DMA degree in organ performance from the University of Washington in Seattle, where he studied with Carole Terry.

Martin Welzel’s career has included numerous recitals in Europe and the United States, notably at Notre Dame Cathedral and Saint-Sulpice in Paris, Washington National Cathedral, Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Stanford University, Southern Methodist University and St John’s Church in Helsinki. In 2004, Martin Welzel and his wife, Alexandra Kertz-Welzel, formed the Emerald City Duo, exploring the repertoire of the nineteenth and twentieth century for organ and piano.

For further information please visit www.emeraldcityduo.com.

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