Lillian Green, Viola, violin
Dr. Lillian Green has performed as a solo, chamber, and orchestral musician across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Her performances have included recitals in Thailand and Malaysia with Dr. James Miltenberger; chamber recitals and new music premieres in Baltimore, Maryland; orchestral performances as a mentor and principal violist in the Aspen Philharmonic Orchestra at the Aspen Music Festival; benefit concerts with the charity organization Musicians of Mercy; bluegrass performances with Whitewater; and 20th-century and jazz performances in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Lillian currently plays frequently in the central Kansas area, including in the Wichita Symphony Orchestra.
Lillian is an Assistant Professor of Music at Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS, where she teaches viola, violin, and directs the Bethany College/Lindsborg Community Orchestra. Previously, she has served on the faculties of Peabody Conservatory, West Virginia University, the Montverde Academy Music Conservatory, the University of Delaware Community Music School, the Peabody Preparatory Department, the Baltimore School of Music, and elsewhere.
Lillian has degrees from West Virginia University, the University of Delaware, and the Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University. While at Peabody she studied with Victoria Chiang, and served as a theory teaching assistant to Dr. Joel Puckett.