Thomas Green

Music Theory

Thomas Green - music theory

Dr. Thomas Green holds a Bachelor’s degree from McGill University, a Master’s in Piano Performance from the Université de Montréal and a Ph.D. in Music History from Brandeis University.

Dr. Green’s piano teachers included Clifford Poole in Toronto and Yvonne Hubert in Montréal. He completed a dissertation on the compositional process of eighteenth-century composer Jean-Philippe Rameau after three years of research on original manuscripts in Paris.

An Adler Certified Professional Coach, Dr. Green has taught music history at McGill University and The University of Toronto and for many years taught music history and theory at The University of Windsor. Currently, he teaches a large class of piano and music theory students at his private studio and at the Académie Ste Cécile in Windsor.

Thomas Green visits the Toronto area regularly and is beginning to develop a class of intermediate- and advanced-level theory students at the TSSP.

He has prepared students for Royal Conservatory examinations in piano and in theory at all levels for over 25 years. A former Editor-in-Chief of The Frederick Harris Music Company, he currently serves as Chief Examiner and Pedagogy Specialist at The Royal Conservatory.

Dr. Green’s students and former students include Royal Conservatory gold medalists, scholarship winners, young professionals, and enthusiasts of all ages.

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