Leland Greene

Graduate Associate
Brass, Woodwinds and Percussion
Graduate Associates

A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Leland Greene is a doctoral student in performance. He serves as a graduate teaching associate for the Ohio State oboe studio where his duties include instructing double reed methods, coaching chamber music, and teaching reedmaking.

During his time in Ohio, he has performed with the Eastern Philharmonic, the Westerville Symphony and the New Albany Symphony. Greene is also one of the founding members of the University’s newest community orchestra, the Buckeye Philharmonic. As a soloist, he played Eugene Goossens’ Concerto in One Movement with Ohio State's Symphony Orchestra as its youngest Concerto Competition winner. As a three-year participant of the Eastern Music Festival, he has also performed with the Guilford Symphony and Eastern Symphony orchestras. Additionally, he can be heard as solo oboe on the Men’s Glee Club's 2016 CD, How Can I Keep from Singing? for the title track.

Areas of Expertise
  • Oboe
  • MM, Performance, The Ohio State University
  • BM, Performance, The Ohio State University