Born in Dublin to Irish parents, Gregory Harrington began to play the violin at the age of four at the
Royal Irish Academy of Music. He holds degrees in Business and Music from University College Dublin,
American College Dublin, The Guildhall School of Music in London and Mannes College of Music in
New York City.
Today, Harrington is one of Ireland's most recognized violinists, having performed all over the world as
soloist in some of the world’s greatest concert halls for Presidents, the United Nations, and millions of
music fans at arenas and stages worldwide. He was invited to open the St Patrick's Day Parade live on
NBC on 5th Avenue to a nationally televised US audience and was invited by the Green Bay Packers to
perform the US National Anthem at Lambeau Field.
Harrington has appeared with many great orchestras and esteemed conductors including the San
Diego Symphony, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Mexico City Philharmonic, RTE Concert Orchestra and the
Janacek Philharmonic under Thomas Wilkins, Robert Houlihan, Mariusz Smolij and Mark Shapiro
In 2006 he founded his own record label, Estile Records, and has has enjoyed success on the Billboard
Classical Charts having released 3 critically acclaimed albums to date