After taking an opportunity to Musical Direct a show in Europe for 4 weeks, he stayed for 10 years. During this time he Music Directed Cats, Starlight Express, Jesus Christ Superstar, Bernstein Tribute and Hair as well as orchestrating and conducting many concerts and galas all over Europe.
He also composed a critically acclaimed contemporary version of the opera Carmen (Rock Carmen) which toured for 6 months.
After this, Martyn was invited to London to conduct Starlight Express and the world premiere of Saturday Night Fever on the West End. He also returned to the Royal Academy as an adjunct Professor. He was awarded an "Associate" of the Academy for his work there.
After this he moved to New York and Music Directed Saturday Night Fever on broadway.
Martyn is now based in New York music directing, conducting and arranging in town and all over the world ranging from rock bands to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London. Credits include School Of Rock, Roy Orbison Symphony Concert, Saturday Night Fever, Mamma Mia, Nine To Five, Tarzan, Dirty Dancing. He's also worked in Japan orchestrating and music supervising. Martyn also works in Los Angeles at the IMN studios where he arranges music for Movies, Concert tours and contemporary dance companies, as well as his ongoing commitment to music education by collaborating with children's theater organizations.