About Adam Green
Adam Green received his M.M. in Saxophone Performance from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2011, where he studied with Dr. Paul Haar. During his time at UNL, Adam held teaching assistantships in both the saxophone studio and the music theory department. In 2009 he received a B.M. in Saxophone Performance from Wright State University under the tutelage of Dr. Shelley Jagow.
As a performer, Adam has maintained an active schedule both as a soloist and ensemble musician. He has been featured in concerto appearances with the Fairmont High School Wind Ensemble, Wright State University Symphony Orchestra and the Wright State University Wind Symphony. He has performed on master-classes for renowned performers such as Jean-Marie Londeix, William Street, Griffin Campbell, David Nabb, the Amherst Saxophone Quartet and the Chiara String Quartet. Adam's professional experience includes performances with the Dayton Philharmonic Concert Band, as well as consistent engagements with the Omaha Symphony and Opera Omaha.
Adam has had private saxophone students go on to pursue music degrees at Northwestern University, Bowling Green State University, Ohio University and Wright State University. His students have consistently been accepted into various prestigious ensembles and festivals, such as the Ohio All-State Band, Ohio All-State Jazz Band, Wright State University Tri-State Honor Band, Wright State University Saxophone Quartet Festival, and the Ohio District XII Honors Jazz Band. He served as the assistant marching band director at Bradford High School in Bradford, Ohio during the Fall 2006 season, and has taught for several highly-competitive high school marching band programs throughout southwestern Ohio.