Aaron Green

  • Freelance writer for over 12 years
  • Vocal solo and ensemble performance for over a decade

Experience

Aaron M. Green is a former writer for ThoughtCo, creating content for over 12 years. He has over a decade of solo and ensemble performance experience in both choral and symphonic settings. He has performed in the chorus of many great masterworks including Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with the New York Philharmonic conducted by Lorin Maazel at Avery Fisher Hall, Berlioz’s Sara la Baigneuse conducted by Sir Colin Davis, Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis, Handel’s Messiah with the New York Philharmonic, Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem with the Dresden Philharmonic conducted by Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, and Faure’s Cantique de Jean Racine at the National Cathedral. In addition to singing, Aaron has studied piano and violin.

Education

Aaron M. Green completed the NEA Arts Journalism Institute in Classical Music and Opera at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. He graduated cum laude from Westminster Choir College of Rider University with a Bachelor of Arts in music degree, during which he studied vocal performance with world-renowned baritone Elem Eley. Aaron has additionally studied with Millicent Daugherty at Music/Arts Institute in Independence, Missouri.

ThoughtCo and Dotdash

ThoughtCo is a premier reference site focusing on expert-created education content. We are one of the top-10 information sites in the world as rated by comScore, a leading Internet measurement company. Every month, more than 13 million readers seek answers to their questions on ThoughtCo.

For more than 20 years, Dotdash brands have been helping people find answers, solve problems, and get inspired. We are one of the top-20 largest content publishers on the Internet according to comScore, and reach more than 30% of the U.S. population monthly. Our brands collectively have won more than 20 industry awards in the last year alone, and recently Dotdash was named Publisher of the Year by Digiday, a leading industry publication.

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