2013│Psalm 150

Andrew Greene has a degree in music from MIT, where his teachers included Evan Ziporyn and John Harbison. He sang with the Zamir Chorale of Boston under Joshua Jacobson from 1992‒2007.  His works include choral settings of Kabbalat Shabbat and Pesukei d’Zimrah (from which “Psalm 150” is excerpted), and “Bible Bystanders”, a collection of lighthearted retellings of Tanach narratives from the perspective of minor characters. His “Siddur Hiddur Tefillah” integrates musical cues for nusach and familiar congregational melodies with artistic typography. His non-musical creative pursuits include constructing crossword puzzles for the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.  He lives in Newton  Mass. with his family. www.greenehouse.com/a/