Prolific in the recording studio room and ever-busy in the concert stage so that as a instructor, Murray McLachlan is regarded as among the finest pianists in the U.K. of his era. Early in his profession he became known for his insightful shows of Russian piano music, documenting the entire sonatas of Prokofiev, aswell as many discs of functions by Myaskovsky, Khachaturian, Kabalevsky, Vainberg, among others. But he shortly divulged his flexibility in a variety of repertory: Bach, Mozart, Beethoven (comprehensive piano sonatas), Brahms (comprehensive solo functions), Chopin, Gershwin, and contemporary composers like Ronald Stevenson, Michael Parkin, and Martin Butler. McLachlan provides produced over 40 recordings for many brands, including Olympia, Divine Artwork, and Linn Information. McLachlan was created in Dundee on January 6, 1965. He examined at Manchester’s Chetham’s College of Music (where he’d return years afterwards being a faculty member) with Cambridge School. In 1985 he started research with eminent United kingdom pianist Peter Katin. McLachlan produced his tv debut in Holland in 1987 playing the Rachmaninov Second Piano Concerto within a musician’s series. He cut his first documenting for Olympia, a Compact disc of functions by Myaskovsky that premiered in 1988, with beneficial essential response. He documented the Prokofiev sonatas in 1988-1989 for the same label, a arranged that also drew positive see. Through the entire 1990s and in to the fresh century, McLachlan produced numerous concert trips of the U.K., European countries, america, South Africa, Malta (where he received a knighthood in 1997 for his tireless musical function right now there), and china and taiwan. McLachlan gave an extraordinary group of 50 Chopin recitals in 1997 for the advantage of the Marie Curie Malignancy Fund’s Golden Jubilee. Through the 2000-2001 time of year, McLachlan produced his performing debut (in period gown) leading the Mozart Event Orchestra within an acclaimed group of 18 concerts through the entire U.K. In 2003 McLachlan shipped another marathon-like event when he performed the 32 piano sonatas of Beethoven in some concerts in Manchester, once more drawing high compliment. In 2006 he released another group of celebrated concerts, this time around to tag the Shostakovich centenary, playing seldom-performed functions just like the two piano sonatas. Among McLachlan’s later on recordings was the 2006 launch on Regis Information of Piano Music of Scotland, a disk featuring functions by Ronald Stevenson (a previous instructor of McLachlan), F.G. Scott, and Ronald Middle.