Barry Green

Barry studied jazz piano and classical music at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He now regularly plays in jazz venues across the UK, including Ronnie Scotts and Pizza Express Dean Street. He has played at festivals and clubs in France, Spain, Germany, Spain, Slovenia and Sweden. He was a headliner at the Cork Jazz Festival with the Charles McPherson, Ingrid Laubrock’s Berlin jazz festival and the North Sea Jazz Festival with Ian Shaw. He has recorded and performed with many musicians, including Bobby Watson, Perico, Perico Sambeat and Charles McPherson. Barry was also part of Larry Bartley’s Octet and the trio that included Winston Clifford, bassist. He has toured Spain as part of the Pete King qrt and the Charles McPerson. He also extensively toured Sweden together with Emila Martensson. Barry has toured extensively the UK almost every year since 1998. Barry is a professor of jazz piano in the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Barry’s record label is Moletone Records. The trio album “The Music of Chance”, featuring Jeff Williams and Ben Street, was released as the first release. It received glowing reviews. Then came “Turn Left At Monday”, a duo album with Dave Green, the legendary bass player. Rare songs by Alec Wilder, Ornette Coleman. Dave may be the only musician to have performed alongside Coleman Hawkins and Roland Kirk, Evan Parker or Tony Oxley. Barry and Dave performed at festivals and clubs all across the UK, often with special guests Henry Lowther. Barry’s third Moletone record release is “Babelfish”, which you can listen to in your ear. This project is a record of a nearly 13-year relationship between Brigitte Beraha and Chris Laurence, with Paul Clarvis. Barry recorded two trio albums at Systems Two studios in Brooklyn in January 2014. The first was recorded with Chris Cheek, Gerald Cleaver and Drew Gress. The second is called “Almost There” and features Tom Rainey and Tom Rainey. Moletone’s great news is made public in 2015, following a tour of the UK and international with Gerald and Chris. Visit

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