Internationally recognized musician Anthony Green approaches all of his musical activities from a historically all-encompassing perspective, and strives to integrate the musical contributions of the past within an interpretation or a composition of the present. He has performed as a pianist and vocal improviser at the Cantor Arts Center in California, Jordan Hall and Symphony Hall in Boston, and other venues across the United States, the Netherlands, France, and South Korea, interpreting solo, chamber, and orchestral works. He has also personally worked with numerous student composers, as well as David Liptak, George Crumb, and Steve Reich for performances or premieres. Throughout his varied compositional career, he has received commissions and performances by ALEA III (Gunther Schuller, guest conductor), the Zukovsky String Quartet (performance at Symphony Space, New York City), the Playground Ensemble (as the winner of their 3rd annual composition commission), Ossia New Music Ensemble (as the winner of their 2nd International Composition Prize), Dame Evelyn Glennie (performances in 4 countries), Sound Energy, Transient Canvas, Ensemble Mise-en, and Alarm Will Sound, among others.
His work has been recognized by Mu Phi Epsilon Foundation, Argosy Foundation, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and ASCAP, among others. His opera has been workshopped by Ft. Worth Opera Frontiers and New Fangled Opera, with future performances in Israel and the USA in the works. For more information about Anthony, visit www.AnthonyRGreen.com