Matthew Daniel Green began teaching in 1981 at the Bregenzer Musikschule in Bregenz, Austria, and the Musikschule der Stadt St. Gallen in Switzerland. He has served on the faculties of the Boston Conservatory Division of Special Programs, the Performing Arts Center of Metrowest, the Nashua Community Music School, and the summer festival at the Winchester Community Music School. Currently he teaches at the Manchester Community Music School in New Hampshire and New England Conservatory.

The primary influences on his teaching are Aaron Rosand and George Neikrug. Other important sources include Rudolf Baumgartner, Robert Rozek, Gunars Larsens, Magdalena Richter, Zinaida Gilels, and master classes with Nathan Milstein and Clayton Haslop. He was in the Konzerklasse at the Konservatorium Luzern and is a graduate of the New England Conservatory. Students of Matthew Green have been accepted into prestigious undergraduate violin programs including the Eastman of Music, the Boston Conservatory, the Peabody Institute, the Hartt School of Music, New York University, Boston University, and others.  Matthew Green teaches all levels including undergraduate preparation, intermediate, and beginners, who are taught the Scharlach method, which starts in the third position. 

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IT'S LIKE AN ACT OF MURDER; YOU PLAY WITH INTENT TO COMMIT SOMETHING. DUKE ELLINGTON