Christopher Kyle Green

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Kyle Green (b. 1996) has been an avid musician since beginning band in junior high school. Kyle began playing the trumpet in his middle school band and instantly found a desire to continue to learn anything and everything related to music. He spent countless hours studying scores while in middle school and eventually wrote his first note during his seventh-grade year. Through high school, Kyle picked up the clarinet and began to perform in community ensembles in his area. As he progressed through high school, his compositional work began to mature and was premiered by various university level and community level ensembles. During Kyle’s senior year of high school, he attended Woodland High School, Cartersville, GA; under the direction of Eric Willoughby. Kyle attended Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, where he obtained a B.A. in Music Theory. While in college, Kyle’s works have been premiered by the Kennesaw State University Wind Ensemble, other instrumental ensembles at Kennesaw State University, as well as The Dallas Wind Symphony. Mr. Green has been awarded the winner of the 2015 Dallas Wind Symphony Call for Fanfares, and the 2016 Kennesaw State University Composition Contest. In 2017, Kyle became part of the RWS Music Publishing Company family, where many of his works are now published. Since, Kyle has graduated from Kennesaw State University in 2018 and has begun his journey through a Master of Clinical Social Work program at Kennesaw State University to obtain licensure as a psychotherapist. Kyle has commissioned numerous works, including a premiere by the Woodland High School Wind Symphony at the 2016 GMEA In-Service Conference. He has expanded his composition skills to the marching band setting, as well. Kyle’s marching band programs have been performed by the Woodland High School Marching Band, as well as the Carrollton High School Marching Band.

Publications by Christopher Kyle Green