Dean, School of MusicAssociate Professor of Music
A successful conductor in choral music for over twenty years, Dr. Green is an associate professor of choral music at Lee where he
serves as Dean of the School
of Music. He conducts the Lee University Chorale, as well as teaches
graduate and undergraduate conducting.
performed and recorded with Robert Shaw as a member of the Atlanta
Symphony Orchestra Chorus and Chamber Chorus. The impact of this musical
experience led Green
to doctoral research on Shaw’s techniques on rhythm and phrasing,
specifically in relation to the works of J.S. Bach. In addition to his
work with Shaw, Green has collaborated with many of the leading
conductors of our time including John Rutter, Yoel Levi,
Z. Randall Stroope, Ann Howard Jones, and Jefferson Johnson. Green
is active nationally and internationally as a guest conductor,
adjudicator and clinician most recently working with choirs from
Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee,
and South Carolina. He has presented workshops throughout the United
States, as well as in Central America and Israel.
Green is married to his college sweetheart Twyla Daugherty Green and together they have two children, Jonathan and Mary Beth.