Bradley Green is an emerging composer and music educator based in the D.C. area of Maryland. His music is exemplified by an interest in creating unique textures and timbres that progress naturally and slowly between sound events, 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 some notational techniques deny. He is currently a D.M.A student in composition at the University of Maryland, College Park, and previously received an M.M in music theory and composition from Appalachian State University and a B.A. in music composition and education from Campbell University.
LISTEN: Envelop for Percussion Solo and Percussion Ensemble
Percussion Solo – Christopher Herman
Spatial Accompaniment – Jon Clancy, Anthony Konstant, Matt Miller, Robert Schroyer
The main idea utilized in this piece is spatialized performers. The soloist is located on stage, while the other performers are positioned around the audience. Because of this, use headphones for the best experience of the piece.