Joshua Green

Music Supervisor - Composer - Bandleader

Award winning Composer / Music Supervisor / Bandleader – Joshua Green is both the Music Supervisor for the world's largest unscripted television production company - ITV AMERICA - and the bandleader of the contemporary jazz orchestra, Josh Green & The Cyborg Orchestra.  Hailed as “one of the most auspicious record debuts of any new band in recent memory”, a “marvel of unexpected voices”, “one of the most irreverent albums of the year”, and Downbeat Magazine’s “Best of 2017” – Josh Green & The Cyborg Orchestra combines lively modern jazz, contemporary classical richness, cinematic narratives and an offbeat sense of humor to the big band tradition.  Recently awarded ASCAP’s Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composer Award, Green has assembled a singular ensemble that deviates from the standard big band to incorporate unexpected voices and approaches to jazz.  The ensemble debuted at Brooklyn’s preeminent new music venue, National Sawdust, and continues to release new music as both a full sixteen-piece ensemble and chamber-sized partitions.

Green has worked on Academy Award nominated and Golden Globe winning films for Martin Scorsese, Peter Jackson, and David Cronenberg; and continues to supervise all aspects of music licensing, music strategy, music legal, and custom music creation for 120+ OTT productions for Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Vevo, NBCU, Fox, ABC /  Disney, Viacom, Discovery Network, Turner, and Scripps.

As composer / arranger, Green’s credits include work with The Muppets, The New York Pops Orchestra, PBS’s Emmy award winning series Peg + Cat, Celebrity Cruise Lines, The Temptations, A Tale of Two Cities: Broadway, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, ImaginAerial Circus, as well as music preparation credits for Lord of The Rings: Radio City Music Hall, The Matrix: Live, Twilight Eclipse: Live, and Howard Shore’s Cello Concerto.

Josh Green’s music is full of surprises and left me smiling. If Fellini directed a Twilight Zone episode about the artist Paul Klee, this would be the soundtrack. It is evocative and playful, and certainly does not fit in a box, a quality I wish more composers would find. Mr. Green has found a truly original and engaging voice.
— Ted Nash, Jazz at Lincoln Center
If Looney Tunes were to revive, Green would write the soundtracks.
— Downbeat Magazine, Best of 2017