Master Sergeant Adam A. Green

Master Sgt. Adam A. Green is a percussionist with the Concert Band, The United States Air Force Band, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, his career in the Air Force began in 2002.

Before joining the Air Force, he was a founding member of the Attacca Percussion Group and has performed with the National Symphony Orchestra and Washington National Opera Orchestra. Green has also worked with the Dallas Symphony, the Fort Worth Symphony, and the Honolulu Symphony. His teachers include Richard Brown and John Beck. Air Force career highlights include a performance at the White House for Queen Elizabeth, deploying with the rock band Nighthawk to southwest Asia, performing across Afghanistan, Jordan, Kuwait and Qatar, as well as performing at the dedication ceremony of the Air Force Memorial.

A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, Green received a Bachelor of Music degree and the prestigious Performers Certificate. Following his undergraduate degree, Green earned a Master of Music degree from Rice University in Houston, Texas.