Edward Green is an award-winning composer—including First Place in the International Kodaly Composers Competition. He has been a professor at the Manhattan School of Music since 1984, and has taught at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation since 1980. He is also composer-in-residence at Imagery Film, Ltd. and music director for the Aesthetic Realism Theater Company. His scholarly articles range from the troubadours to the contemporary Chinese composer Zhou Long, and he has an abiding
interest in the music of Duke Ellington. Recordings of Edward Green’s music are available on Albany Records, Arizona University Recordings, and Traditional Crossroads. He currently serves as organist and choir director at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Jersey City, NJ, and makes his home in Manhattan with his wife, mezzo-soprano Carrie Wilson.