Jolene Nicole Green is a professional musician who specializes in singing, arranging, teaching and composing. Jolene started arranging while pursuing her undergraduate degree, and currently writes for Central Michigan University’s Fish ‘N’ Chips, Eastern Michigan University’s Evergreen, Emerald Harmony, Women’s Choir and Express. This involvement in the a capella scene led her to an adjunct faculty position at Eastern Michigan University, where she directs EMU Express, the university’s a capella and jazz ensemble. She also teaches for Schola Artium, a free after school music program at St. John the Baptist in Ypsilanti, MI that teaches violin and general music to children of low-income households.
Along with arranging, singing and teaching, Jolene composes for various competitions around the world. Most recently she won first place in the Fifteen Minutes of Fame, Party of Four flute quartet competition in New York.
Jolene currently holds a Master of Arts in Vocal Performance from Eastern Michigan University, as well as a Master of Arts in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Clarke University.
MM Vocal Performance, Eastern Michigan University
BA Music Education, Clark University
EMU Express, MUSC 177