Phoebe Green



Phoebe Green is a versatile performer with a focus on twentieth-century, contemporary and exploratory repertoire. A passionate advocate of Australian composers with a unique voice, Phoebe has commissioned works for viola and other instruments from many composers, including James Rushford, Helen Gifford, Robert Davidson, Rae Howell, Wally Gunn and David Chisholm.

In 2014 Phoebe performed with percussionist Leah Scholes as part of New Music Network’s Mini Series, a program celebrating works Phoebe has commissioned since 2005.

Phoebe was a founding member of Atticus and six degrees ensemble, and is a core member of the Melbourne collectives, Arcko Symphonic Project, 3 Shades Black, New Palm Court Orchestra and Inventi Ensemble and BOLT Ensemble. Phoebe has also performed with a number of Australian ensembles including ELISION, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria, ChamberMade Opera and Quiver.

In 2014, Phoebe attended the 47th International Summer Course for New Music in Darmstadt, Germany, and was awarded the Stipendienpreis for Interpretation. In 2018, Phoebe completed a Doctor of Musical Arts at Griffith University in the field of Australian viola repertoire.


Bolt Ensemble