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Raleigh Green in studio with guitar

Raleigh Green is an award-winning musician, educator, author, web developer and visual artist.

Raleigh is the developer of Kids Switcheroo (app for the iPhone) and Sing and Trace ABC (eBook for the iPad). He is also the web developer for Weightless/Endless (web app collaboration with MAI and Marconi Union) and Animator for Loudon Stearn’s Every When At Once project. Additionally, Raleigh is the author of The Guitar Style Resource (Alfred Publishing) and Guitar Altas: Jamaica (Alfred Publishing).

Raleigh received a BFA from the University of Missouri, with a focus on computer-aided multimedia, watercolor, and figure drawing. At MU, he studied with renowned cartoonist and watercolorist Frank Stack. Upon graduation, Raleigh moved to Boston to attend the Berklee College of Music.

While at Berklee, Raleigh studied jazz guitar with Mick Goodrick and Jon Damian. Raleigh graduated from Berklee Summa Cum Laude, where he was also the recipient of the B.E.S.T Scholarship, the Professional Music Award, and the Quincy Jones Award. After Berklee, Raleigh studied with legendary jazz pianist/educator Charlie Banacos.

Raleigh teaches guitar at Phillips Andover Academy, and is a teacher and co-owner at Medford Music Studio. He is also a proud artist endorsee for D'Addario strings, Planet Waves gear, and Hercules stands.

Raleigh Green in studio with guitar

Raleigh Green is an award-winning musician, educator, author, web developer and visual artist.

Raleigh is the developer of Kids Switcheroo (app for the iPhone) and Sing and Trace ABC (eBook for the iPad). He is also the web developer for Weightless/Endless (web app collaboration with MAI and Marconi Union) and Animator for Loudon Stearn’s Every When At Once project. Additionally, Raleigh is the author of The Guitar Style Resource (Alfred Publishing) and Guitar Altas: Jamaica (Alfred Publishing).

Raleigh received a BFA from the University of Missouri, with a focus on computer-aided multimedia, watercolor, and figure drawing. At MU, he studied with renowned cartoonist and watercolorist Frank Stack. Upon graduation, Raleigh moved to Boston to attend the Berklee College of Music.

While at Berklee, Raleigh studied jazz guitar with Mick Goodrick and Jon Damian. Raleigh graduated from Berklee Summa Cum Laude, where he was also the recipient of the B.E.S.T Scholarship, the Professional Music Award, and the Quincy Jones Award. After Berklee, Raleigh studied with legendary jazz pianist/educator Charlie Banacos.

Raleigh teaches guitar at Phillips Andover Academy, and is a teacher and co-owner at Medford Music Studio. He is also a proud artist endorsee for D'Addario strings, Planet Waves gear, and Hercules stands.



A Comprehensive Guide to Exploring New Techniques and Styles. The Guitar Style Resource book & CD is available for purchase here.

Your passport to a new world of music, Guitar Atlas: Jamaica book & CD is available for purchase here.

This book is no longer in print, but it is still available. The Versatile Guitarist has been republished as The Guitar Style Resource, which can be purchased here.

Guitar Atlas Vol.2 features the Guitar Atlas: Jamaica book & CD, along with five other publications from The Guitar Atlas series. Tap here to purchase.

10 min animation built for Every When At Once. Music by Loudon Stearns and Kyle Altenderfer.

5 min animation. Music by Loudon Stearns and Kyle Altenderfer.

Weightless/Endless web app built for Marconi Union. On permanent display at MAI.

MAI interview with Marconi Union and Raleigh Green. Discussing the release of Weightless/Endless.

Prototype for Beatles song analysis web app (project in progress).

Prototype for NeckArt web app (project in progress).

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