How Bernard Greenhouse Showed Me the Way: Lessons Learned

Bernard Greenhouse with grandson, Jonathan Rich, sailing in Wellfleet, Mass., circa 1970. Photo Credit: Timothy Eddy

Bernard Greenhouse with grandson, Jonathan Rich, sailing in Wellfleet, Mass., circa 1970. Photo Credit: Timothy Eddy

By Timothy Eddy:

My apprenticeship to Mr. Greenhouse lasted about 9 years, from the time I was 15 until I graduated from the Manhattan School of Music with a Masters Degree at 24.  There were so many ways that he opened my eyes, helping me see the ultimate possibilities of being a cellist and a performer. Read more

Reflections on the Legacy of Bernard Greenhouse

Reflections on the Legacy of Bernard Greenhouse

Reflections on the Legacy of Bernard Greenhouse

by Kate Dillingham

I first met Mr. Greenhouse in 1986 when I was a scholarship student at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The Beaux Arts Trio gave a memorable concert at the school in their final year in the configuration of Messieurs Pressler, Cohen and Greenhouse. Little did I know that one year later, Mr. Greenhouse would retire from the Trio and become my teacher. Read more