Tom Green, a 21 year old Wonthaggi resident, now based primarily in Melbourne has had quite a success in early
years of his career. Tom successfully negotiated 5th grade music theory as part of his A.mus.A
(Associate Diploma in Classical Voice) as he progresses towards his Diploma exams. During 2014 Tom studied
vocals under world renowned Classical Tenor Peter Mander whilst also commencing a music teaching
cadetship at Newhaven College. At the same time Tom was establishing a private
music teaching practice under the name of ‘Green Room Concept Studios’.

In May/June 2014 Tom performed in the title role of ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ in Wonthaggi Theatrical Group’s
production of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’. JCSS was awarded ‘Production of the Year’ at the
2014 Music Theatre Guild of Victoria’s ‘Bruce Awards’ in December. Tom was awarded
‘Most Outstanding Leading Male’ and also received the ‘Gladys Moncrieff Award’ for first time performance
in a featured role. This is a rare double and more remarkable as it was Tom’s first appearance in a
musical production. In 2014 Tom was also given the opportunity to sing the Australian national anthem
at the World Super Bikes grand final on Phillip Island which was an event televised internationally
to an audience of millions. Tom recently played the lead role of Chris Scott in PLOS’s July production of
Miss Saigon for which he received a MTGV commendation. Tom then went onto play the role of Boq in PLOS’s
January production of Wicked which played to sold out audiences.

Tom is now completing his Bachelor of Music degree at Monash University as well as
preparing for his Licentiate Diploma in Musical Theatre.