|Occupation||Composer, Conductor, Performer, Teacher|
|Categories||Classical, Contemporary, Electronic, Other|
Anthony Green (b. 1984) holds a B.mus from Boston University, and a M.mus from New England Conservatory. As a pianist, he has performed at Jordan Hall and Symphony Hall in Boston, MA, performed solo, chamber, and orchestral pieces of colleagues, and personally worked with composers David Liptak, Theodore Antoniou, George Crumb, and Steve Reich for performances of their works. As a composer, he had commissions from, and performances and readings by ALEA III (Gunther Schuller, guest conductor), the Providence String Quartet, the Zukovsky String Quartet, the Playground Ensemble, Ossia New Music Ensemble (as the winner of their 2nd International Composition Prize), and Alarm Will Sound, among others. He has had grants for composing, lecturing, and giving masterclasses from the Argosy Foundation, Meet the Composer, and Mu Phi Epsilon Foundation. He was a resident artist at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in 2009. As an electronic composer, he has had works diffused in festivals and concerts in the United States, Spain, and Venezuela, most notably serving as an interpreter of Mark Applebaum’s The Metaphysics of Notation, which he realized with electronics and vocal improvisation. Part of his performance will be released on Innova records. Recent performances include Ahnungen for solo clarinet, which toured Europe and America by Gaudeamus Interpreter winner Guido Arbonelli, his piano reduction of a work for solo snare drum and orchestra, which toured Europe and the Middle East by Dame Evelyn Glennie and Philip Smith, and Scintillation II for viola and cello at the IC[CM] Conference in A Coruña, Spain, performed by members of Grupo Instrumental Siglo XX. He is currently pursuing doctoral work at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he is the recipient of their first ATLAS Fellowship.