Anthony R. Green

composer, performer

3 Vignettes of Job

2 April 2011, was the premiere of my first multimedia show, 3 Vignettes of Job. This show was partly funded by CU Boulder's ATLAS fellowship, of which I am the first recipient, and through an artist residency with the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. The initial production of this large-scale composition included 2 chamber ensembles, 1 open ensemble, actors, narrators, live electronics, fixed media audio, video, an artistic collaboration with visual artist Kym Finkle, a complex lighting design, and a jack-of-all-trades dancer/singer/actor for the role of Job, which was executed perfectly by Garrett Gene Smith. My deepest gratitude is extended to everyone who was a part of this extremely ambitious project, including my composition teacher at that time John Drumheller. For more information about the piece, please visit  The pictures below were taken by Ursula Mains.

Anthony Green, koto; Emily Sinclair, soprano; Nathan Wheeler, harmonium; Mark McCoin, narrator; Garret Gene Smith (foreground), drum and voice 




Hunter Ewen (composer), conducting Vignette no. 2




The multi-talented, multi-faceted Garret Gene Smith as Job