Praised by Rochester's City Newspaper and the Boston Globe, international composer and pianist Anthony Green has been heard as a pianist and vocal improviser at the Cantor Arts Center, Jordan Hall, Symphony Hall, and other venues in the United States, the Netherlands, and Korea. He performs solo, chamber, and orchestral pieces of colleagues, and personally worked with composers George Crumb and Steve Reich.
As a composer, he has received commissions and performances by ALEA III (Gunther Schuller, 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 received grants for composing, lecturing, and giving masterclasses from the Mu Phi Epsilon Foundation, the Argosy Foundation, and Meet the Composer. As an electronic composer, he has had works diffused in the United States, Spain, and Venezuela, notably serving as an interpreter of Mark Applebaum's The Metaphysics of Notation. Part of his performance is available on DVD, released by Innova.
Anthony has studied piano with Dr. Donald Rankin and Dr. Maria Clodes-Jaguaribe. He studied composition with Martin Amlin, Richard Cornell, Theodore Antoniou, Lee Hyla, Robert Cogan, Michael Theodore, and John Drumheller. He has participated in workshops and masterclasses with Michael Daugherty, Laura Schwendinger, Joshua Feinberg, Michael Finnissy, Jonathan Harvey, and Walter Zimmerman. He received a Bachelors Degree in Music Theory and Composition from Boston University, and a Masters Degree in Composition from the New England Conservatory of Music.