Born in Paris, Arthur discovered music with the cello at the age of 5 under the guidance of Erwan Faure at the Schola Cantorum of Paris. His studies in France and Switzerland with renowned teachers such as Phillipe Muller, Marc Coppey and Francois Salque lead him to London where he was taught by Helene Dautry at the Royal College of Music and Louise Hopkins at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, thanks to the generous support of the Guildhall Trust. He was the recipiant of the Marjorie and Dorothy Whyte Memorial Fund and a Fellow.

He took part in several masterclasses with great cellists such as Gauthier Capuçon, Gary Hoffman and Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidtt.

As a soloist he has performed Elgar's Cello Concerto with the Guildford Symphony Orchestra and Dvořák's Cello Concerto with the Guildhall Symphony Orchestra as part of the LSO Donatella Flick conducting competition.

A keen chamber musician, Arthur has taken part in festivals such as Pro-Quartet, the Rising Star Series at the Cadogan Hall, in the Barbican as part of the pre-LSO series under the guidance of John Adams,the Multi-Story chamber music series, the Aurora festival in Sweden and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra chamber music series.

Arthur was a member of the Camerata de Lausanne led by Pierre Amoyal and a member of Southbank Sinfonia as principal cello. He performed with the London Symphony Orchestra as part of the string scheme experience and has been appointed as sub-principal cello of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in 2016.