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


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


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)


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