Organ Recital - Arthur Greene
Arthur will play works by Byrd, Buxtehude, Bach, Mushel and some arrangements of traditional Irish tunes.
Arthur Greene began playing the organ at the age of sixteen having already played the piano for many years. In 2015 he moved to Dublin from his native Kildare to read music at Trinity College Dublin. He held the title of organ scholar to the college for three consecutive years from 2017 – 2020, working under the director of chapel music, Dr. Kerry Heuston.
In 2019 he went to study full time in the Royal Irish Academy of Music completing a Masters in performance under Dr. David Adams. He continued to study composition and also took up the harpsichord during this time. He completed his studies in 2021 and was awarded an overall distinction. Although his main focus during his masters was the baroque music of the 17th and early 18th century he enjoys performing across many genres including jazz and free improvisation.
He is the current organ scholar at Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. Alongside this he works as a teacher, performer and composer.