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Thomas Green : Associate Artist

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Thomas Green has a reputation in Brisbane (Australia) as a versatile composer whose focus is finding a musical home between many and varied streams, often seamlessly melding classical and contemporary idioms.He is the recipient of various government grants, commissions and is a prize-winner in national composition competitions.

Thomas completed his PhD in 2016, and his music has premiered around Australia and internationally, with performances in Italy, France, the US, the UK, Croatia and China in recent years. In 2021 he has been commissioned for the renowned ANAM Set and most recently has been selected by the ABC's Fresh Start Fund to compose a suite of music for violinist Camille Barry.

He has composed and arranged music for the Sydney Symphony (with Josh Pyke on his ARIA-winning album, Josh Pyke Live at the Sydney Opera House), the Australian String Quartet, Katie Noonan, Opera Qld, La Boite Theatre, Plexus (Melbourne), and the Brisbane-based organisations Collusion Music, Trichotomy, Trivium Ensemble, the Black Square Quartet and Argo. In 2017 he was commissioned by the Queensland Music Festival to write a concerto for Manu Delago and QYO. In 2018 his original dance music for Turbine, a show by Collusion, was toured in Brisbane and Shanghai, and in 2019 his music was featured on Katie Noonan's AIR and ARIA-nominated album, The Glad Tomorrow, and in 2021 he is collaborating with Katie Noonan again, writing music for AVÉ.

Thomas is an expert in electronic music production and is a founding member of the acoustic/electronic performance duo, Shugorei, with Nozomi Omote. Shugorei released its self-titled debut album in 2021. Thomas also produces experimental electronic music under the moniker Praxis Axis, which, while it is demonstrative of a considerable stylistic stretch away from contemporary art music, is at the same time simply another facet of his extraordinarily manifold musical language. He currently lectures in music theory at the Queensland Conservatorium.

Thomas Green — current to December 2022

Awards & Prizes

Year Award Placing Awarded for
2010 Adolph Spivakovsky Scholarship for the Composition of Music Winner