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Multi-instrumentalist Harry Greene has firmly cemented himself as a masterful Musical Director, arranger, and sideman. As a jazz bandleader, his own projects have enjoyed sell-out performances at a variety of top UK and European venues. 

An in-demand guitarist and saxophonist, Harry has shared the stage with artists such as Mica Paris, Cory Wong, PBUG, Mo Pleasure (Michael Jackson, Earth Wind & Fire), Marva King and Rumer. Harry has also collaborated with a number of leading names including KT Tunstall, Matt Lucas, and Kaiser Chiefs front-man Ricky Wilson as part of a 13-week Sky TV series featuring UK boogie-woogie sensation Tom Seals. 

His current roster includes being regular support for sensational award-winning vocalist Jo Harrop, internationally renowned singer-pianist Jeremy Sassoon and rising-star RnB artist Stefan Mahendra. A popular new creative project is Blues and Greene (with Chris Ingham) - exploring the mystical territory where the blues meets jazz. Harry’s big band collaboration with singer Ashton Jones ‘Funk Soul Orchestral: James Brown vs Prince’ recently wowed packed houses at Ronnie Scott’s and regional venues. 

Aside from his performing and touring career which has seen him travel extensively, Harry is also a highly regarded writer and arranger. He’s had numerous compositions on prime-time television programmes, covering a wide variety of genres from Big Band to Afrobeat. Harry has also collaborated as a songwriter with incredible artists such as Natasha Hamilton (Atomic Kitten), Stefan Mahendra, and Conor Albert. In the studio, Harry has recorded sessions for a number of top brands such as Stella Artois, Audio Network, and Disney.

Harry is a qualified educator, having led courses at the prestigious Aldeburgh Young Musicians, a UK centre for musical excellence. 

BBC Introducing Ashton Jones Project

BBC Introducing Ashton Jones Project

Derek Nash's Sax Appeal - with Harry Greene

Derek Nash's Sax Appeal - with Harry Greene

Boisdale Music Awards with Jools Holland and Tom Seals

Boisdale Music Awards with Jools Holland and Tom Seals

The Ashton Jones Project

The Ashton Jones Project

Pat Reyford's studio recording

Pat Reyford's studio recording

Gigs and Grooves

Gigs and Grooves

Harry Greene Quintet at the 606 Club London

Harry Greene Quintet at the 606 Club London

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VS Funk/Soul Orchestral 

I've a new project with UK funk sensation Ashton Jones, four sell out shows so far including Ronnie Scott's and the Stables MK. "Led with a mix of panache, never ending energy and passion by frontman Ashton Jones and astutely marshalled by guitarist Harry Greene, this almighty collection of gifted musicians had the sell-out audience off their feet well before the end." Close-Up Culture Magazine

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On Tour with Blues and Greene

My brand new band Blues & Greene explores the mystical territory where the blues meets jazz meets the blues again, featuring groovesome and righteous treatments of material by Mose Allison, Steely Dan, Brother Jack McDuff, Robben Ford, Duke Ellington, Willie Dixon, John Scofield, J J Cale, George Benson and many others. 

Harry's Organ Trio
Snakebite Horns

I'm lucky enough to be involved with a wide range of different bands and projects, check some of them out here!

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With an eclectic set featuring their own originals and re-worked standards, the band draws on a wide range of influences from Art Blakey, Dexter Gordon, Hank Mobley, Donald Byrd, Horace Silver, Freddie Hubbard among others. 

The band comprises some of the country's most exciting and respected jazz musicians, and together they capture the Blue Note spirit while adding their own brilliant styles and sense of originality.


“Harry's tenor framed the song; warm, deliberate and confident.”


London Jazz News 

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A 10-piece ensemble fusing traditional Ghanian rhythms with Afrobeat and Funk music, Afrik Bawantu is led by percussionist/ vocalist Afla Sackey, and features Harry on Baritone and Tenor Saxes.  To hear us in action head over to the music page.

"The stunningly international 10-piece band take traditional Ghanaian music and scorching Afro-beat grooves and give them a funky fusion twist."


"Afrik Bawantu blends vibrant African percussions to a funky horn section, spreading their Afro Funk energy to everyone in the audience."


Harry's Music


An experienced 1:1 and workshop educator, Harry has a wealth of experience teaching across a wide range of levels and genres. He also holds the advanced teaching LRAM qualification from the Royal Academy of Music. 

One-to-one lessons

Depending on personal preference, Harry can offer tutoring on saxophone, guitar and bass either in person (having full DBS clearance) or by Skype.

Prices depend on frequency, locality, musical ability and ambition although Harry is competitively priced.

Workshop education

I have co-led week-long residencies at Aldeburgh Young Musicians, a musical Centre of Excellence at Snape Maltings. These have involved coaching large groups of mixed age and ability pupils, focusing on developing their improvisational and ensemble playing skills. These courses have culminated in hour-long performances, where the students have performed material from memory they have composed themselves throughout the week.

“Harry Greene is an outstanding musician, collaborator and educator. His creative approach to music making has led to him being a consistent top choice when selecting musicians to work with our Aldeburgh Young Musicians. As an alumnus of Aldeburgh Young Musicians, when he returns now as a professional to work alongside the aspiring young musicians, they find him approachable, inspirational and fun.”

“Harry is a rare example of someone who possesses exceptional talent and musicality as well as a warm and friendly personality with a strong commitment to his work.”

Stacey Kurtz Campkin - Head of Aldeburgh Young Musicians

“Everyone has had the time of their lives this week, with almost everyone saying it's the best musical experience they've ever had….they have really shown us the potential we all have!” 

Connor Hargreaves – AYM student

“Harry’s enthusiasm is infectious…he’ll always go the extra mile. There is a good reason why he is creating quite a stir in the music business.”

Simon Bates – Professor of Saxophone, Royal Marines School of Music

You can listen to more of my music below

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Harry's Horns
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25th - Funk Soul Orchestral: James Brown vs Prince, Apex, Bury St. Edmunds

29th - Funk Soul Orchestral: James Brown vs Prince, The Stables, Milton Keynes


1st - Jo Harrop Quintet, Chichester Jazz Club

10th - Jo Harrop, Bishops Court Farm, Wallingford

15th - Harry Greene Organ Trio, White Hart Inn, Mersea

24th - Jeremy Sassoon, 606 Club, Chelsea


6th - Jo Harrop, Swinging Cat Jazz Club, Haverhill

11th - Blues and Greene, Nothin' But the Blues, Diss Corn Hall

12th and 13th - Wayne Hernandez, Boisdale of Berlgravia

14th - Oscar Lyons Quartet, Ipswich Jazz and Blues 

20th - Blues and Greene, Nothin' But the Blues, Hadleigh Jazz Club


1st - Jo Harrop, Belvedere Lodge Jazz Club, Battlesbridge

9th - Stefan Mahendra, The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell

11th - Blues and Greene, Nothin' But the Blues, Southwold Jazz Club

12th - Harry Greene Quartet, 606 Club, Chelsea

18th and 19th - Jeremy Sassoon, Pizza Express, Soho

21st - Blues and Greene, Nothin' But the Blues, Fleet Jazz Club


4th - Matt Carter Octet, St.Ives Jazz Club, Cornwall

13th - Matt Carter Octet, Peggy's Skylight, Nottingham

23rd - Rebop Sextet, Miles in the '50's, Pizza Express, Soho

30th - Jo Harrop, Harrogate Festival



4th - Jo Harrop album launch, Ronnie Scott's

9th - Steely Jazz with the Chris Ingham Quintet, Ipswich


23rd - Steely Jazz with the Chris Ingham Quintet, Bury St. Edmunds



2nd - The Spin Jazz, The White House, Oxford

9th - FunkChan Band, Eastcheap Records, London

22nd - Harry Greene Quintet, 'The Best of Blue Note', Pizza Express Soho


5th - Afrik Bawantu, Ghana Independence Day, Jazz Cafe, London

11th - Young at Heart charity music festival, Bury St Edmunds Cathedral

12th - with Oscar Lyons, Ipswich Jazz and Blues Club

12th - "Global Soul Showcase," Jazz Café

14th - Sam Every Big Band presents the Music of Quincy Jones

18th - Tom Seals presents Chris McCausland, Pizza Express Holborn

23rd/24th - Tom Seals presents "The Music of Billy Joel," Cirencester 

28th - Emma Noble, Colours Hoxton 


1st - Oscar Lyons Quartet, 2 Sisters Arts Centre 

2nd - British Philharmonic Big Band, Leatherhead Theatre 

12-15th - Grand National, Main Stage 

21st - Abi Farrell ft. Snakebite Horns, The Jericho Tavern, Oxford 


11th - Tom Seals, The Pot Kiln, Frilsham

12th - The Matt Carter Octet, Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis

16th - Loxwood Jazz & Blues Club with the Simon Bates Supergroup

25th > 27th - Brian Simpson, Pizza Express Soho


2nd - Matt Carter Octet, Two Sisters Arts Centre, Felixstowe

5th - Matt Carter Octet, The Bread and Roses, Plymouth

6th - Matt Carter Octet, St. Ives Jazz Club

7th - Matt Carter Octet, Ashburton Arts Centre

8th - Matt Carter Octet, Teignmouth Jazz Club

9th - Jo Harrop, Southwold Jazz Club

10th - Jo Harrop, Hadleigh Jazz Club

11th - Jo Harrop, Frinton Jazz Club

13th - Abi Farrell, Colours Hoxton, London

14th - Matt Carter Octet, Pizza Express, Soho

15th - Matt Carter Octet, Peggy's Skylight, Nottingham

18th - Mo Pleasure, Swansea Jazz Festival

28th - Tom Seals presents Mark Pougatch, Rugby

30th - Jeremy Sassoon, The Ned, 27 Poultry, London


1st - Jeremy Sassoon and Friends, Pizza Express, Soho

21st - Tom Seals presents Amy Dowden, Stourbridge Town Hall

23rd - Rebop - Miles in the '50's, Pizza Express, Soho, 1pm

30th - Jazz Gin and Blues Festival with Ashton Jones, Loxwood, Sussex


25th - Blues and Greene, Hunter Club, Bury St. Edmunds


1st - Mo Pleasure, 606 Club, Chelsea

12th - Jo Harrop, Corn Hall, Diss


10th - EFG London Jazz Festival, Hampstead Jazz Club All Stars Launch Show

11th - EFG London Jazz Festival, Hampstead Jazz Club Jeremy Sassoon and Friends

12th - Jo Harrop and Paul Edis, 606 Club, Chelsea 

18th - Harry Greene and Dave O'Higgins, Piano Smithfield

20th - Simon Bates Quartet, Bexley Jazz Club

21st - Simon Bates Big Band, Loxwood, West Sussex


3rd - Tom Seals, Ronnie Scott's

14th - Triple H Horns, Ronnie Scott's

22nd - Rebop plays Blue Note - Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds


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