Born 1890’s


Pupil of Robert Murchie and principal flute Hallé Orchestra  1943-45. He was well known in London before moving north to the Hallé and had been a member of the Old Vic and Sadler’s Wells Orchestras. Before 1942 he had been principal of the Scottish Orchestra.  During the 1930’s he was flute professor at Rodean School. At this time he took part in many chamber concerts and founded the English Wind Players’ Quintet performing mainly in the south of England.


After 1945 Marriott took up residence in Brighton spending his time teaching and playing freelance.

















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