Arthur Greene has been described as “a profound musician” – The Washington Post, and “a masterful pianist” – The New York Times. He graduated from Yale University, and then received degrees from Juilliard and Stony Brook, where he studied with Martin Canin. Arthur Greene won first prizes in the William Kapell and Gina Bachauer International Piano Competitions and was a top laureate at the Busoni International Competition. Arthur Greene has played with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the San Francisco, Utah, and National Symphonies, the Czech National Symphony, the Tokyo Symphony, and many others. He has played recitals in Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Moscow Rachmaninov Hall, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Lisbon Sao Paulo Opera House, Hong Kong City Hall and concert houses in Shanghai and Beijing.
Arthur Greene is Professor of Piano at the University of Michigan, where he has won the Harold Haugh Award for Excellence in Studio Teaching. Mr. Greene is a frequent judge of piano competitions around the world. His current and former students include prizewinners in international competitions, and his former students hold important teaching posts throughout the United States.