Gregers Brinch draws his musical inspiration from many sources, in particular the arts of Eurythmy and acting/drama. As a result of his study into the basic elements of music and his appreciation of all genres of music, the tonal language of his music is a synthesis these. These songs were all composed for individuals.
Upon completing an intensive period of autodidactic training with the help of Cecil Cope and Louis Demetrius Alvanis, he entered the Musikseminar in Hamburg, Germany to study composition with Elmar Lampson after which went on to teach in adult education both in Hamburg and in Sussex, England. During this time he continued to devote more time to developing his compositional direction. In 2001 he gave up his secure post there in order to pursue composing more fully. Having the help of expert coaching from William Hancox in particular. He has been artistic director of International Concert Series at Rudolf Steiner House in London since 2014, and three volumes of his works featuring Rohan De Saram, William Hancox, Julie Groves and the ‘Bergersen Quartet’ have been issued on Claudio records.
Recent compositions include a number of piano works for Louis Alvanis, Symphony no.1, The string quartet no 4 and three piano trios. A full length opera 'The Bridge' to Goethe's fairytale 'The Green Snake and the beautiful Lily' was composed in 2021 and a project for the performance of this work will include a stage group of Eurythmy UK with both campuses contributing to the performance.