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Patrick Greene

Patrick Green



Patrick Greene (b. 1985) is a composer, singer, and conductor, and a rising artist in the world of contemporary art music. Mr. Greene's music can best be characterized by a persistent lyricism that transcends aesthetics and schools of thought, uniting his disparate styles with a common voice.

A composer of more than thirty works, Mr. Greene has been commissioned by artists as diverse as the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, The Elmsmen, Ensemble Amarcord, the Trinity College Chapel Singers, the Trinity College Concert Choir, the Pleasant Bay Children's Chorus, and Yohei Sato.

Mr. Greene recently earned his MM degree in Composition from The Boston Conservatory in May 2010, where his teachers included Andy Vores and Dalit Warshaw. He graduated with a BA in Music from Trinity College (Hartford, CT) in 2007, as a student of Douglas Bruce Johnson and Gerald Moshell. Mr. Greene is a founding member of The Fifth Floor Collective, a Boston-based composers' ensemble.

Ensembles Atlanta Film Festival PARMA RECORDINGS PARMA Licensing PARMA Licensing Atlanta Symphony Left Coast Chamber Ensemble Voices of Change Voices of Change Fifth House Ensemble Boston Musica Viva Atlanta Chamber Players