“A light touch and an engaging tone” (The Strad magazine), Robin Green enjoys a busy career as a soloist, chamber musician and conductor.
Robin’s CD, Dialog mit Mozart released on the Gramola label with violinist Daniel Auner was ‘Editor’s Choice’ in the Strad Magazine. His recording Games Chorales and Fantasie released on the Claves label was reviewed by Gramophone: “Green....an intelligent and sensitive musician with a genuine flair for imaginative programming.”
Robin has performed recitals in many of the world’s most important concert venues including the Wigmore Hall and the Vienna Musikverein. His festival appearances have included the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the Interlaken Classics Festival, Davos Young Artists Festival, the International Musicians Seminar ‘Open Chamber’ Festival at Prussia Cove, the Pharos Trust and the Festival de Radio France et Montpellier. He has had artist residencies at the Vale of Glamorgan festival and at St John's Smith Square, London.
As a concerto soloist, Robin has performed with the European Union Youth Orchestra, Sinfonia Cymru, Camerata Nordica, Orchestra Vitae and Melos Sinfonia.
From 2008-2016, Robin was part of the Francoise-Green piano duo. The duo were the first prize winners of the Royal Overseas League Chamber music competition, the Concours Nicati in Switzerland and runner up prize winners at the International Schubert duo competition.
Robin is the artistic director of the Fort Belan Chamber festival that brings together some of Europeans leading chamber musicians. A passionate chamber musician, Robin has collaborated with Gordan Nikolitch, Valeryi Sokolov, Michael Collins, Bogdan Bozovic, Thomas Carroll, Rolf Hind, Christian Elliott and Llyr Williams.
Former recipient of the Leverhulme Chamber music fellowship at the Royal College of Music, Robin is now a piano professor at the Royal Welsh College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music. Supporting his studies at the Royal College of Music and the Mozarteum, Salzburg, Robin has participated in masterclasses with Vladimir Ashkenazy, Menahem Pressler, Ivry Gitlis, Ferenc Rados, Stephen Kovacevich, Dénes Várjon, Imre Rohmann and Rainer Schmidt.