Robin Green



‘Robin Green is an intelligent and sensitive musician with a genuine flair for imaginative programming’ – Gramophone Magazine. 

Award winning British pianist Robin Green enjoys a busy career as a performer and pedagogue.

A regular at major festivals and concert halls, he performs a wide solo and chamber music repertoire from the renaissance to ambitious contemporary repertoire including ‘Lieux Retrouvés’ by Thomas Adès, Ligeti’s Horn trio, Mantra by Stockhausen and Rzewski’s The people united will never be defeated!’

His discography includes works by Bach, Mozart, Schumann, Schubert, Kurtág, Huw Watkins and Helen Grime. He has performed Bach’s ‘Goldberg Variations’ on the popular Netflix show ‘The Crown’.

Robin is a solo piano professor and chamber music lecturer at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. The focal point of his studies was working with György Kurtág, Rainer Schmitt and Ferenc Rados. Robin has been an artistic director and guest curator of major festivals, include the Harrogate International festival and the Vale of Glamorgan festival.

‘Schubert of the highest Level’

– György Kurtág

‘Extremely sensitive playing’

– Menahem Pressler

‘He is a highly gifted musician…..a born pianist’

– Vladamir Ashkenazy


‘Green….an intelligent and sensitive musician with a genuine flair for imaginative programming’. – Gramophone Magazine

‘In the stormy finale of the Strauss violin sonata, Robin Green granted the music the natural elegance that it needs to provide the violinist with a beautiful red carpet’ – Die Presse, Musikverein

‘A light touch and an engaging tone’ – The Strad Magazine

‘The sheer stamina of Robin Green’s playing was astonishing’ – Seen and Heard International

”With Rzewski’s ‘The people united!’ Robin Green demonstrated a maturity of vision, with a command of tone colour, and a pianism of great, sweeping grandeur, subtle touch and outright stamina.’ – Wales Arts Review

Terrific imagination and unashamed virtuosity – Classical Music Magazine

(Mahler’s sixth symphony – arr. Zemlinksy) The harmonic richness emerged with exemplary clarity, tempo changes were masterly, space was always given for passages of special significance. How the duo kept a clear head throughout is something of a miracle. – The Arts Desk


Lieux Retrouvés – Thomas Adès

1. Les eaux

Alice Neary – Cello, Robin Green – Piano

Live at Penarth Chamber Music festival, June 2021

‘Allegro’ from Piano trio no 2 – Bohuslav Martinů

Greg Lawson – Violin, Adrian Brendel – Cello, Robin Green – Piano 

Love at Whittington International Chamber Music festival, October 2019

‘Fantasia in F minor’ – Franz Schubert D. 940

Antoine Francoise – Piano, Robin Green – Piano

St. John’s Smith Square, August 2015

‘The People United Will Never be Defeated!’ – Frederic Rzewski 

Robin Green – Piano

Piano Salon Christophori, Berlin, February 2015

Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit – Bach/Kurtág

Antoine Francoise – piano, Robin Green – piano 

St. John’s Smith Square, August 2015 


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