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Pianist William Corbett-Jones has performed as recitalist, soloist with Orchestra and in collaboration with internationally renowned colleagues.* (see below).
With Henri Temianka and the Paganini Quartet he made four films on musical form at the University of Southern California film department. He performed several major chamber works, including three quintets. Funded by the Ford Foundation, these films were shown nationally on public television. He also had two American tours with Henri Temianka and the Temianka Little Symphony (over 100 concerts).

Mr. Corbett-Jones was soloist at the Kalamazoo Bach Festival, where he performed and conducted two Bach Concerti. In 1991 he was director of the American Liszt Society Festival, which was held in San Francisco. He has also performed on three cruise ships: the Rotterdam, the Stella Solaris and the QE2. In 1992 he gave a recital, master class and lecture on Mozart at the National Music Teachers Convention in Miami. Also in 1992 he was invited by the daughter of famed photographer Ansel Adams to give a recital in their home as a wedding present to her parents on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. Also in 1992 while in Singapore, he was invited to give recital in the home of the American Ambassador to Singapore, Mr. Jon Huntsman. In 1999 he taught and performed at the High School Of Music in Damascus, Syria.

William Corbett-Jones has been a member of three distinguished touring chamber music ensembles- the California Trio (with concertmaster Jacob Krachmalnick and principal cellist Robert Sayre of the San Francisco Symphony, The Alma Trio, and the Crown Chamber Players of the University of California at Santa Cruz. With the Alma Trio he was made Artist-in –Residence at USC. He was also music director of the Crown Chamber Players. He was also piano duo partner with the distinguished pianist Sylvia Jenkins and had several tours of the USA and Europe with her.

Among the artists with whom Dr. Corbett-Jones has performed are:

Violinists: Henri Temianka, Berl Senofsky, Salvatore Accardo, Tossy Spivakovsky, Christian Ferras, Hansheinz Schneeberger, Mischa Elman, Andor Toth, Jacob Krachmalnick, Camilla Wicks, Pierre D’Archambeau and Jassen Todorov

He was also rehearsal pianist for Josef Szigeti and Yehudi Menuhin.

Violists: Paul Yarbrough Andras Toszeghi and Ernst Wallfisch
Cellists: Laszlo Varga, Gabor Rejto, Joseph Shuster, Claude Starck and Christine Walevska William Van Den Burg and Margaret Tait.
Clarinetists: David Glazer, Rosario Mazzeo and Rudolf Stalder
Flutists: Paul Renzi, Peter Lukas Graf, Michel Dubost and Linda Lukas
Oboist: Heinz Holliger
Singers: James McCracken, Hilde Rossl-Majdan, Robert Weede, Marilyn Horne and Arthur Loosli

Concertos performed include:
Concerto in D Minor
Concerto in F minor
Brandenburg Concerto No.5

Concerto in D Minor, K.488
Concerto in E flat, K.449
Concerto in C Minor, K491
Concerto in B flat, K.595
Concerto No.3 in C Minor
Concerto No. 4 in G Major
Concerto No.5 in E flat Major

Concerto in E Minor

Concerto in A Minor

Concerto in D minor

Concerto in A Minor

Concerto No.2 In C Minor

Concerto for Piano and Winds

Four Temperaments

Concerto No.3

Concerto No.3

Concertino for Piano Left Hand and Winds

Multiple Piano Concerti performed:

Concerto in C Major for Two Pianos

Concerto in E Flat, K.365 for Two Pianos
Concerto in F Major for Three Pianos

Triple Concerto for Piano, Violin and Cello

St. Saens:
Carnival of the Animals

Concerto in D Minor for Two Pianos

Concerto for Two Pianos

Scottish Ballad for Two Pianos