Professor Green earned graduate degrees in Music Theory Pedagogy and Viola Performance from the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, Maryland. Her undergraduate degree in music education is from West Virginia University where her emphases were viola, piano, and violin and where she earned public school certification for Pre-K-12 music.
Most recently, she served as the director of instrumental music at Montverde Academy, a high school conservatory school in Montverde, Florida. She has also taught at the Cab Calloway Summer School of the Arts in Wilmington, Delaware and in the Greater Baltimore Youth Orchestra Bridges Program as well as being an orchestra string mentor to high school and college students at the Aspen Music Festival. Prior to these experiences she was on the string faculty at West Virginia University and taught in the music theory program at Peabody Conservatory.
Professor Green’s performance career on viola includes her membership in the Friedheim String Quartet and performances across Asia, Europe, and the United States. She has performed as a section musician in numerous orchestras, including as principal violist in the Aspen Philharmonic Orchestra. This summer, she is touring Belgium, The Netherlands, and Germany as a member of the Miltenberger Jazz and Classical Ensemble. She is a member of the American String Teachers Association and the College Music Society.
“Dr. Green brings with her a wealth of experiences. We were immediately drawn to her welcoming personality and high level of intellect,” Mark Lucas, co-chair of the music department said. “She will be a wonderful fit for our department at Bethany College.”