Dr. Rebekah Griffin Greene is a bassist, composer, pianist and cellist with degrees in bass performance, composition and music education from the University of Southern California and SUNY Stony Brook. She has studied bass with Francois Rabbath, Paul Ellison, Nico Abondolo, Joseph Carver, Kurt Muroki and Dennis Trembly, as well as composition with Morten Lauridsen, Frank Ticheli, and Thea Musgrave. She has performed solo and chamber music recitals of her own works and classical repertoire in Hong Kong, Quebec, New York City, and Los Angeles, among other places. She is a winner of the 1995 Alice Nelson Music Competition, and has been on faculty at Lucy Moses since 2010, and the Special Music School since 2015. To see performances and compositions by Dr. Greene, please visit Rebekah Griffin Greene.