Bradley S. Green is a composer, theorist, and educator based in Washington, DC. His music has been featured on the Takoma Public Radio show Coda (hosted by Matt Testa), and has been programmed at multiple concerts/recitals, festivals, and conferences, including various SCI and CMS regional and national conferences, the Electroacoustic Barn Dance Festival, the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, the StageFree concert series, the Mise-en Music Festival, and the CMS International Conference in Belgium.
Bradley is also one of the founding members and serves on the leadership committee of DISTRICT NEW MUSIC COALITION, an organization of musicians and new music lovers that aim to promote the performance and appreciation of contemporary music by connecting performers, composers, institutions, and audiences located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area through concerts, conferences, and active community-building.
He is also active in the fields of music theory and theory/composition pedagogy. His most notable work has been his exploration of Earle Brown and his Open Form compositions, specifically his analysis of Brown’s String Quartet (1965), entitled Performer Choice and Earle Brown’s String Quartet, which is published by Indiana Theory Review. As a pedagogue, he is always looking for new and engaging ways to incorporate technology into the classroom, and has been published on the topic of utilizing iPad’s to enrich class lessons by the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy Online. He has also presented his work in a variety of mediums, including SCI and CMS conferences, UMBC’s Livewire New Music Festival, the USF New Music Festival & Symposium, and as a guest lecturer at multiple universities. His current primary research interest is in music composition pedagogy.
DMA in Music Composition, University of Maryland, College Park
MM in Music Theory and Composition, Appalachian State University
BA in Music Education and Composition, Campbell University
Music Composition and Theory Pedagogy