Martin Leung holds degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music (Prof. Paul Schenly and Prof. Daniel Shapiro), Yale (Prof. Claude Frank), and University of Southern California (DMA Prof. Stewart Gordon). He previously studied with Myong-joo Lee, Ory Shihor, Scott McBride Smith, and Marilyn Shields. He participated in masterclasses with Emanuel Ax, Sergei Babayan, Boris Berman, Idil Biret, Peter Frankl, Stephen Hough, Yoheved Kaplinsky, Wonmi Kim, Jura Margulis, John Perry, Anton Pompa-Baldiio , Awadagin Pratt, and Arie Vardi, among others. Martin won first prizes at the Los Angeles Liszt International Piano Competition, Concerto Division (2016), University of Southern California Concerto Competition (2012), and Cleveland Institute of Music Concerto Competition (2007), among others. He soloed with the Academic Leipzig Orchestra, Saskatoon, Regina, and Sudbury Symphonies in Canada, University of Southern California Symphony, Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony, among others. He performed at Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, and the Leipzig Gewandhaus.
N. Kapustin: Fantasia quasi Sonata, Op. 127 S. Prokofiev: Etude, Op. 2, No. 1
F. Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat Major, S. 124