Bernard Greenhouse

Bernard Greenhouse on the Language of Emotion

Bernard Greenhouse in conversation with Paul Katz, 2008.

Bernard Greenhouse on Finding Your Voice

Bernard Greenhouse in conversation with Paul Katz, 2008.

Bernard Greenhouse on Teaching Shapes Lives

Bernard Greenhouse in conversation with Paul Katz, 2008.

Bernard Greenhouse on Maintaining Vibrato

Bernard Greenhouse in conversation with Paul Katz, 2008.

Bernard Greenhouse on Playing / Talking at 92

Bernard Greenhouse in conversation with Paul Katz, 2008.

Bernard Greenhouse Meets Pablo Casals – Part 1

Lessons in Prades, France. Bernard Greenhouse in conversation with Paul Katz

Bernard Greenhouse Meets Pablo Casals – Part 2

Lessons on the Bach Suite no.2 in D Minor, BWV1008. Bernard Greenhouse in conversation with Paul Katz

Ravel Piano Trio – Part 1

Beaux Arts Trio

Ravel Piano Trio – Part 2

Beaux Arts Trio

Ravel Piano Trio – Part 3

Beaux Arts Trio

Ravel Piano Trio – Part 4

Beaux Arts Trio

Schubert Piano Trio in B-flat, 2nd movement

Beaux Arts Trio

Bernard Greenhouse at Wigmore Hall

Masterclass/Documentary

Bernard Greenhouse at the Kronberg Academy Interview – Part 1

Bernard Greenhouse in conversation with Kate and Sebastian Hess. www.kronbergacademy.com

Bernard Greenhouse at Age 92

A visit with Bernard Greenhouse and the Countess of Stanlein Stradivarius cello, which he played for more than 50 years, at his home in Wellfleet, MA; August 31, 2008.

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Bernard Greenhouse is best known as one of the founding members of the Beaux Arts Trio. Greenhouse had a significant career as a solo cellist both before formation of the trio and during his 32 years of service in it. A student of Casals, Greenhouse mastered a broad cello repertory in the chamber realm, from Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and Brahms to Ives, Ravel, Rachmaninov, and Shostakovich. But, especially in his freelance work, he also regularly performed contemporary works, like the Elliott Carter Sonata for cello and piano, which he premiered. Greenhouse also taught cello throughout most of his career, holding posts at various times on the faculties of the Manhattan School of Music, the New England Conservatory, Rutgers University, and Juilliard. Greenhouse appeared on more than 50 recordings over the years, both as a member of the trio and as a freelance cellist. Most are available on the Philips labels, with a few scattered on Decca, DG, Sony, Boston Records, and PentaTone.