Bradley S. Green is a composer and educator based in the D.C. area of Maryland. Bradley’s music is performed extensively in Maryland and across the U.S., and his style is exemplified by an interest in creating unique textures and timbres that progress naturally between sound events. The sonic material in his works tend to progress slowly, with care given to every possible sound from one event to another. He is also interested in experimenting with varying types of music notation in order to better connect the performer with the sounds that the score represents, and to also allow performers a certain amount of freedom that other notational techniques may deny.
Bradley is also active in the field of music theory pedagogy, and is always looking for new ways to incorporate technology into the theory classroom. While at Appalachian State University, he was a part of the GRAM (Graduate Research Associate Mentor) program, which paired him with a faculty mentor to assist in original research for incorporating popular music into the theory curriculum.
Bradley graduated from Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC, in 2012 with B.A. degrees in both Music Composition and Music Education. In 2014 he graduated from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, with a M.M. degree in Music Theory and Composition. He is currently residing in Greenbelt, MD, and is an adjunct professor at American University. His previous composition teachers include Thomas J. DeLio, Scott Meister and Ran Whitley.
Bradley is a member of Society of Composers, Inc., Broadcast Music, Inc., College Music Society, and Pi Kappa Lambda.