Martin Jones can be an elegant and gifted pianist that has recorded a broad swath of books for the Nimbus label. Jones researched at London’s Royal Academy of Music with Guido Agosti, Man Jonson, and Gordon Green and in 1968 received the Dame Myra Hess Honor distributed by the Music artists’ Benevolent Account in the U.K. Also in 1968 Jones produced his debuts at Queen Elizabeth Hall in the South Standard bank Center of London and in New York’s Carnegie Hall. In 1971 Jones approved the post of pianist-in-residence at Cardiff College or university, which he kept until 1988. At about this time Jones started his group of recordings for Nimbus. Since 1988, Jones offers recorded the complete piano catalogs of Debussy, Grainger, Szymanowski, Mendelssohn, Stravinsky, Korngold, Brahms, and Mompou furthermore to anthologies of functions of additional composers. With all of this recording activity, you might think Jones can be never beyond your recording studio room. But on the other hand, he’s exceedingly well journeyed, performing mainly in Britain but also in Australia, Canada, as well as the U.S., where he regularly rests a judge on many world-class piano contests. Jones is frequently heard for the BBC, and he might be noticed playing the piano solos in the soundtrack from the film Howard’s End.