Matthew Daniel Green
Violin/Viola Teaching Artist
Matthew Daniel Green, violinist, began his study at the Pittsfield Community Music School, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He continued at the Konservatorium Luzern in Switzerland, and graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music. He has performed recitals in various venues in New England and Switzerland, as well as chamber music for the Manchester Chamber players in New Hampshire. He has performed as a soloist with the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, where he served for five years as concertmaster, and also with the Lakes Region Symphony Orchestra and the Greater Manchester Youth Symphony Orchestra. He has done recordings, tours, and numerous concerts with Collegium Musicum Zurich under the baton of the illustrious Dr. Paul Sacher, in collaboration with top international artists. In addition, he has performed with legends such as Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, the Irish Tenors, Donna Summer, Marvin Hamlisch, and others. He is the founder and leader of Ensemble Aevia and the inventor of the C-Clip®, an accessory to protect the violin. He has taught violin at the Manchester Community Music School in Manchester New Hampshire and the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts from 1993 until 2016 as well as maintaining a private violin studio. Students of his have been accepted into prestigious undergraduate programs including Eastman, Peabody, Boston Conservatory, Boston University, the Steinhardt School at NYU, Berklee College of Music and others.