Martin Peh

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Martin Peh, Viola

Renyu Martin Peh is based in Singapore and performs regularly on the violin and viola. He received the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Performance from the State University of New York in Stony Brook, and also holds degrees from the Yale School of Music and the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music. At Stony Brook, Martin served as the music theory teaching assistant of composer Perry Goldstein, while also participating as a member of the Emerson String Quartet Institute program.

He has had the good fortune of studying with distinguished artists and teachers such as Jennifer Frautschi, Phil Setzer, Hagai Shaham, Eugene Drucker, Arnaud Sussmann, Hyo Kang, Tseng Keng-Yuen, Ng Yu Ying, Alexander Souptel, Michael Loh, Kang Choon Sim, and Todor Pelev.

Martin’s interest in the setup and restoration of fine stringed instruments had led him to have the opportunity of spending a stint as a luthier apprentice at Tong Ming Xi Gallery from ‘21 to ‘22 under the guidance of the master luthier.

In his spare time, he aspires to nurture the next generation of Singapore musicians and freelances in various orchestras.

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