10 Questions with Edward Green, published by The Mozart Circle
Aesthetic Realism and the Art of the Flute: An Interview with Barbara Allen in Conversation with Edward Green, PhD, published by the Hellenic Journal of Music, Education, and Culture
The Cambridge Companion to Duke Ellington, available from Amazon.com.
“The Star-Spangled Banner as a Poem” by Eli Siegel, with an introduction by Edward Green, published in Choral Journal
World premiere recording, In Praise of Vivid Existence-—a short suite for solo piano, performed by Simone Jennarelli. Available at cdbaby.com
Some Upcoming Concerts & Events:
November 5 and 6, 2016: Concerto in C for Trumpet and Orchestra. Orquestra Câmara Cascais E Oeiras. Estoril, Portugal.
March 11-17, 2017: Aesthetic Realism and Music: lecture series, University of Zagreb, Croatia.
April 23, 2017: Overture in G, Schenectady Symphony, NY.
May 24 and 25, 2017: Two talks on Duke Ellington and Aesthetic Realism. University of Bologna, Italy.
June 2, 2017: Great American Brass Band Festival. Talk—“Aesthetic Realism and the Art of Composing Chamber Music for Brass”. Danville, Kentucky.
July 6, 2017: “A Man’s Imagination: What Makes It Good or Bad?”—public seminar, including a paper by Edward Green on Irving Berlin. Aesthetic Realism Foundation, NYC.
October 22, 2017: Schenectady Symphony: Premiere, revised version of Symphony in One Movement.
April 28, 2018: Paradise Lost: 7 Scenes for Orchestra. Premiere. The Catskill Symphony, Oneonta, NY.
Announcement by the Museum of the City of New York of “Ellington and New York City”
“The Mind of Adolf Hitler: A Study in the Unconscious Appeal of Contempt” Appearing in Expositions (Villanova University)
A consortium project: A New Symphony for Winds, Brass and Percussion
A Spanish language Press Release from the U.S. Embassy about Dr. Green’s activities in Argentina under the sponsorship of the Fulbright Foundation