Thomas Green is currently Chief Examiner at The Royal Conservatory. As Chief Examiner, he provides leadership and support to The Royal Conservatory’s approximately 350 examiners through professional development activities that include workshops, observation visits and individual consultation. He also contributes input on new initiatives as well as on examination standards, procedures and publications. As the current Pedagogy Specialist he provides direction and assistance in the compilation and grading of pedagogy examinations for piano and other instruments.
Thomas Green has conducted examinations and workshops from coast to coast on behalf of The Royal Conservatory. A former Editor-in-Chief at The Frederick Harris Music Company, he holds a Bachelor’s degree from McGill University, a Master’s in Performance from the Université de Montréal and a Ph.D. in Music History from Brandeis University. He has taught music history at McGill University, The University of Toronto, and University of Windsor. Currently, he teaches piano, music history and harmony in his private studio and at The Académie Ste Cécile in Windsor. His students and former students include gold medalists, scholarship winners, young professionals, and enthusiasts of all ages.