Richard Green

Rich Green headshotPerformance:

Eastern Brass Quntet (1970- ) founding member
International performances (Casals Festival, Kennedy Center, Grammy Awards, concert series, universities, master classes, acclaimed recordings, master classes, radio and television)
New Haven Symphony (1967-1994) - Assistant Principal Trumpet and soloist (Frank Brieff, Eric Kunzel, Murry Sidlin, conductors)

Other ensembles:

Aspen Festival Orchestra (James Levine, Robert Shaw, Lawrence Foster, Jorge Mester, conductors)
Israel Chamber Orchestra (Gary Bertini, conductor) - Principal Trumpet and soloist in Bach Brandenburg Concerto #2, European and American tours)
American Symphony Orchestra (Leopold Stokowski, conductor)
Orchestra New England (James Sinclair, conductor)
Recordings on Columbia, Musical Heritage, Klavier, Koch International

Teaching:

Private studios (1988- )
Southern Connecticut State University (New Haven, CT) (2009- )
Neighborhood Music School (1967-1988)
University of Connecticut (Storrs) (1976-80)

Education:

Doctor of Musical Arts (Yale University, 1975)
Master of Musical Arts (Yale, 1970)
Master of Music (Yale, 1969)
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics (University of Michigan, 1965)

Awards:

Fulbright and DAAD Award (1970) (declined)
Berkshire (Tanglewood) Festival Associate Fellowship (1969, 1970) (declined)
Charles Ditson Scholarship (Yale) 1966

Principal teachers:

Robert Nagel (Yale)
Vincent Cichowicz (Northwestern University High School Institute)
Lt. Col. Gilbert Mitchell (U.S. Army Band, Wash., D.C.)

Hometown: Fairfax, Virginia